Automation enables competitive future in the food industry
Food production involves a vast amount of handling of break bulk. The process is guided by stringent quality and hygiene standards. More effective processes can significantly improve the profitability of production lines – also in small companies.
The importance of automation in the food industry is growing; automation and robotics have already transformed the operational models of the entire food chain. In the highly competitive field, investments in production technology are indispensable.
Even in fairly small companies, it pays off to strive for effectiveness and quality through product automation
Many factors accelerate the transfer of the food industry into automated processes. It is not only a question of making manual stages more effective but also of improving occupational ergonomics, hygiene requirements and quality management. In the food industry, safety and hygiene requirements correspond to those in the pharmaceutical industry.
In terms of workload and responsibility, it pays off to strive for effectiveness and quality through product automation even in fairly small production units. Analytical assessment of the production and processes is essential – whether the solution found in developing manual work or whether an automated solution is necessary. Exploit the experience of Kaptas in the value chain analysis!
Necessary effectiveness and reliability can often be added through an intelligent update of previously realised automation solutions
Comprehensive improvement of effectiveness is visible in the processes of our customers in terms of:
- Reduced setting times
- Reduced waiting times
- Minimisation of malfunctions
- Minimisation of loss
- Improved quality
- Improved profitability
- Improved occupational safety
- Increased work satisfaction