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- Dairy looks to solar energy solutions
Dairy Connect and renewables supplier, Solar Bay, have announced an alliance designed ultimately to build dairy producer solar energy technologies and funding packages.
- Meet the manufacturer taking on unchartered territory
Seeing an opportunity in the market creates the foundations for a successful manufacturer yet it sometimes takes a leap of faith to help the business thrive. At Inoxpa, a small team in Victoria is taking its specialist food and dairy technology to a new stage. For a manufacturer that already adds value to the food … Continue reading Meet the manufacturer taking on unchartered territory
- Communication solution for IIoT era
The ICX35-HWC Industrial Cellular Gateway from ProSoft Technology provides the ideal communication solution for system integrators and OEMs who monitor devices that are in hard to reach spots.
- Coles expands grass-fed beef range
Customer demand for high quality, grass-fed beef has resulted in a doubling in the number of Aussie farmers required for the national launch of Coles’ grass-fed range at all supermarkets this week. With Coles’ research revealing 79 per cent of customers want meat that comes from animals raised and fed naturally, Coles is now offering … Continue reading Coles expands grass-fed beef range
- Dairy export engine warms up
Global dairy markets remain buoyant, however concrete signs of sustained supply growth from major exporters suggest global prices have peaked in the current cycle, according to Rabobank’s latest Global Dairy Quarterly.
- International Riesling Week Starts in Canberra
One of the biggest international promotions of Riesling starts today at the Albert Hall in Canberra.
- Isuzu signs on with MEGATRANS2018
Truck manufacturer Isuzu has announced its support of multi-modal supply chain event MEGATRANS2018, joining the show as a Platinum Sponsor.
- Automated tomato harvesting at KAGOME
Most of us enjoy the great taste of nutritious tomatoes – as pure and fresh crops, tomato sauce, or with pasta. Around 20 million Australians eat 22 kg of processed tomatoes per head annually. Founded in 1899, the Japanese tomato processor KAGOME boasts more than 100 years’ experience in the tomato growing and processing industry. … Continue reading Automated tomato harvesting at KAGOME
- Allegro Funds buys Everest Foods
Sydney-based turnaround firm Allegro Funds has purchased Everest Foods, a manufacturer and distributor of premium ice cream, gelato, sorbet and frozen desserts. Established in 1958 and based in Melbourne, Everest Foods’ brands include NorgenVaaz and Gelateria brands and the Everest gelato brand. The company has a unique platform underpinned by leading agile production capabilities, long-standing … Continue reading Allegro Funds buys Everest Foods
- Redeveloped 2018 Drinks Industry Show tailored to industry needs
Extensive pre-show industry research has resulted in a redesigned 2018 Drinks Industry Show that will deliver the sector the innovative, high-level boutique event it’s looking for.
- Magnetic gripper for reliable, safe handling
SMC has added to its gripper range with the launch of the MHM-X6400, which uses a magnet for the handling of steel plate, without the need for vacuum.
- Entries now open for inaugural Australian Chobani Food Incubator program
Aussie food starts ups with big hearts and big ideas can now apply to be part of the first round of the Australian Chobani Food Incubator program. Since announcing the Australian arm of it’s extremely successful food incubator program just over a month ago, Chobani has received over 150 enquiries from food and beverage brands … Continue reading Entries now open for inaugural Australian Chobani Food Incubator program
- Smalte Conveyor Solutions collaborates with Nord Drivesystems to deliver
Smalte Conveyor Solutions recently supplied a quote for 23 stainless conveyors used to carry dips and spreads from a production area into a packing area – and then into an HMPS Case Packer.
- HMPS wins SA globalisation award
Manufacturer of automated packaging machinery HMPS has been named winner at the Impact Awards 2017, which recognise South Australian companies with global potential.
- Sara Lee introduces new textured chocolate desserts
Sara Lee has introduced its new Incredibly Chocolate Chunky Bavarians range of chocolate desserts.
- HMPS appoints new CEO
Manufacturer of automated packaging machinery, HMPS has appointed Shaun Westcott as its new CEO.
- No-moving parts solutions for small line size flow measurement
Plant and process engineers who need accurate flow detection or measurement of air, gases, or liquids in smaller pipe sizes will find several diverse flow instrument solutions available from FCI.
- NZ’s Bad Taste Food Awards open for nominations
Consumer NZ wants nominations for its Bad Taste Food Awards which highlight New Zealand food companies marketing their products as better choices than they really are. Consumer NZ chief executive Sue ChetwinChetwin says Consumer NZ’s research regularly uncovers foods masquerading as nutritionally superior options, from gourmet salt to sugar-laden breakfast cereals. “We’re inviting consumers to join … Continue reading NZ’s Bad Taste Food Awards open for nominations
- Conveying goods precisely and quickly with igus knife edge rollers
Knife edge rollers from igus are offering optimum results in high speed conveying applications through precise and quick movement of goods, especially in constrained spaces.
- Breakfast really is the most important meal – researchers
According to researchers, skipping breakfast is associated with an increased risk of atherosclerosis, or the hardening and narrowing of arteries due to a build-up of plaque.