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Tyson FoodsTMAC as new facility to boost automation and robotics efforts
USA, Springdale, Ark. Center provides space for the development of new manufacturing solutions and collaboration with information technology team and equipment suppliers.
TulipCreating a butchery apprentice scheme
THE UNITED KINGDOM, Warwick. UK pork processor Tulip is investing in the future of the industry via a new butchery apprenticeship scheme.
Danish CrownTeterow stops processing pigs
GERMANY, Teterow. A spokesman for the Danish company explained that difficult market conditions had led to this management decision.
Tyson FoodsBroiler auditing program receives certification
USA, Springdale, Ark. Largest US food company expands Professional Animal Auditor Certification Organization (PAACO) certifications to include broiler audits.
BusinessDanish Crown responds to falling slaughter offer with layoffs
DENMARK, Horsens. As the supply of slaughter pigs is becoming increasingly scarce, Danish Crown is forced to lay off its largest slaughterhouse in Denmark.
OIEGlobal initiative to tackle ASF launched
FRANCE, Paris A global approach to African Swine Fever (ASF) has been urged by the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE).
FairIFFA 2019 - where tradition meets high-tech
GERMANY, Frankfurt. For six days, IFFA, the leading international trade fair for the meat industry, showed how the sector is getting fit for the future.
Press ConferenceMultivac continues growth course
GERMANY, Frankfurt. During a press breakfast at IFFA, the Managing Directors of Multivac Hans-Joachim Boekstegers (CEO) and Guido Spix (CTO/ COO) gave an overview of the current business development.
TrainingCourse for dry cured meat products
SPAIN, Monells. The 7th international course for dry cured meat prodcts takes places from 3 to 7 June 2019.
IFFA 2019Unmissable event for all butchers
GERMANY, Frankfurt The Main metropolis – the home of the Frankfurter sausage – is welcoming butchers from all over the world to the leading trade fair for the entire industry.
Animal WelfareMobile control teams for slaughterhouses
BELGIUM, Brussels. Flemish Minister of Animal Welfare Ben Weyts reinforces animal welfare in all slaughterhouses with a mobile control team that will carry out surprise inspections all over Flanders.
IFFA 2019Vorträge, Shows und mehr
FRANKFURT Zahlreiche Events auf der Messe zeigen die Trends der Fleischwirtschaft. Eine kleine Übersicht.
ExpansionSesotec Canada’s move provides base for further growth
CANADA, Guelph. The demo centre is used for product testing and customer training.
ImprovementSuccessful training for Mondi staff
GERMANY, Wallau. To improve their customer service, eight engineers from Mondi Styria, the flexible film producer in Austria, recently participated in a GEA PowerPak training.
PoultryDutch businesses create poultry group
THE NETHERLANDS, Zeist. A consortium of poultry companies and knowledge institutes from the Netherlands has launched FoodTechIndonesia in an effort to strengthen the poultry sector in the Indonesian market.
IFFA 2019 Aktionsseite
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TradeDutch partnership for the poultry sector in Indonesia
THE NETHERLANDS, Amsterdam. The partnership named FoodTechIndonesia, has been formally launched at the VIV Asia exhibition in Bangkok.
ScienceControl spread of ASF with nuclear-derived techniques
AUSTRIA, Vienna. The pork industry in Vietnam has escaped the recent wave of ASF and other animal diseases hitting Southeast Asia thanks to quick action by researchers at the National Centre for Veterinary Diagnosis (NCVD).The research team has been using training and equipment obtained thro
CraftIoM says Think Tank’s call for titles long overdue
UNITED KINGDON, Leighton Buzzard. A new report issued by think tank, The Social Market Foundation (SNF), whilst welcome, only highlights something The Institute of Meat have been doing for a decade, according to their Chief Executive, Keith Fisher.