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The food and beverage industry has decades of success sticking with tried and true processes and packaging methodologies. But, the rules have changed. An industry based on scale--delivering large volumes of product safely--is now faced with a market that no longer desires scale. Diversity of product and innovation dictates today.
To satisfy this need, as well as to create efficiency and reduce costs, food manufacturers across the country are turning to digital technologies. Digitalization creates substantial productivity increases for food manufacturers across the entire value chain, from design and engineering to sales, production and service. As a result, companies anticipate an average of an 18% increase in efficiency. Despite the inevitable evolution, less than half of manufacturing leaders consider themselves ready for digitalization.
Marco Island, FL, June 25, 2018
Automation Summit is an annual user conference for manufacturing professionals who use Siemens automation technologies. Join us for over 50 user led presentations, hands-on training, product roadmaps, feedback sessions and technology experts at this year's event.
Siemens gathered food and beverage executives to discuss the future of the industry. While many are modernizing, they saw key gaps in how data was being integrated and put to use. Have you achieved truly integrated data, yet?
Along with products and solutions that keep you on the cutting edge of the food and beverage industry, Siemens has the knowledge to help you get the most out of your company.
Thriving candy buyer, packager, and reseller adds manufacturing to reduce supply chain issues
Addition of confectionery production line integrated with Siemens PLC and HMI technologies
Versatility of equipment and technology gives ability to make a wide range of products with minimal spent on tooling
The brewery’s packaging equipment needed to process up to 1,000 cases of beer per minute
Siemens and Applied Controls helped the OEM migrate the brewery from legacy equipment
OEM credited compatibility, interoperability and configurability of the TIA portfolio for migration success
You are the expert on your business. So, just think how unstoppable you will be with your expertise combined with ours. We have answers to come alongside and help no matter where you are in your journey to modernize and transform.