Food & Beverage.
Improving food manufacturing one bite at a time.
Hungry for more.
The food and beverage industry is already the third largest contributor to the US manufacturing gross domestic product. And we’re just getting warmed up. The global population is growing and that means there will be a lot more mouths to feed. To meet global food demand in 2050, production will need to increase by 60-70%.
Food & Beverage
Industry Knowledge Center.
“Farm to Factory to Table: The Food and Beverage Manufacturing Industry” The food and beverage industry is the third largest contributor to the overall U.S. manufacturing gross domestic product.
“Grocery trade group prepares for 2023 launch of stricter food tracing regulations” Food retailers and their freight carrier partners will face new operational requirements on technical and financial levels starting in 2023.
A full plate.
Increasing production is never simple. In the food and beverage industry, it can feel downright impossible. With stringent regulations and best practices, it’s a nightmare to balance innovation, process efficiency, and regulatory compliance. Add to that the growing environmental challenges for lighting equipment and mechanical systems, and your smart solutions are constantly put to the test.
So how can you make sure your facilities are optimized to keep people and products safe? How can you ensure operational costs are minimized and throughput is maximized? How can you expect to attract and retain talent in this intense environment with limited time for employee training and demandingly long shifts? That’s where we come in.
- Attract and retain labor
- Implement automation and digitization
- Manage waste
- Mitigate rising costs per product
- Increase sustainability with both B2B and retail customers through production, water and waste management, and decarbonization pressure