Solutions for the digitalisation and automation of factories to meet the food industry’s latest challenges will be the central theme of industry specialist CSB-System’s stand (1600) at this year’s IFE Manufacturing exhibition, at ExCeL, London later this month.
As well as the need to meet the highest demands in terms of freshness, quality and speed in the production and delivery of food products, companies today also need to ensure complete traceability throughout their supply chains. Experts on the CSB stand will explain how the effective use of IT for planning and optimising production can deliver traceability while at the same time reducing costs and maximising efficiencies.
The incorporation of a comprehensive EPR system supports the development of the smart food factory, with the system ensuring that the shop floor and senior management are fully connected at all times and that transactions between the consumer, the retailer and the producer can be more easily managed.
CSB will display its portfolio of ERP systems for the food and beverage industry, including its Basic ERP specifically designed for small companies, Factory ERP for production facilities of corporate groups, and Industry ERP as a complete end to end solution. In addition to commercial and enterprise resource planning tasks, these systems facilitate monitoring of machines in real-time as well as the planning of complex production processes, and ensure quick and seamless traceability.
The efficient use of such technologies enables businesses to deal more easily with challenges such as the availability of raw materials and also offers opportunities to further accelerate and automate production processes and open up new digital distribution channels.
Focusing on the factory IT of the future, CSB’s experts will be available at the exhibition to explain networked and automated technologies for the smart and resource-friendly production of food.
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