Efficiency and EFFECTIVENESS

Optimizing capital investment.

Food manufacturing design MAXIMIZES SPACE, FUNCTIONALITY AND PRODUCTIVITY

People. Processes. Flow. Lying at the intersection of effective manufacturing design is efficiency, automation and innovation - all core fundamentals for leveraging capital investment and market position.

A Challenging ENVIRONMENT

Food manufacturing facilities must contain the capability to fulfill current and future demand. Reliance on foreign-sourced equipment, rapid changes in automation, fluctuations in raw goods supply, contaminants and cost control pressures pose productivity challenges. Others include:

  • Product tracing and allergen information.
  • Health regulations.
  • Consumer demand for trending foods.
  • Inventory management.
  • Waste reduction and environmentally responsible packaging.
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Characteristics of a FOOD MANUFACTURING ENVIRONMENT

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  • Designed for increased productivity and brand innovation.
  • Focused on optimized processes with a layout
    that supports growth.
  • Product innovation and rapid time to market.
  • Optimized energy efficiency and automation.
  • Emphasis on health education, reduced waste and
    food safety compliance.
  • Facility designed for in sequence production and employee comfort.
  • Packaging created with an awareness of retail shelf space profit.
  • Growing consumer demand for healthy ingredients and sustainable
    sourcing.