There will be the second workshop in a series of dissemination events sponsored by the E.C F.W.7 PicknPack project consortium on 25th June. The focus of the project is to develop highly innovative automated adaptive processing and packaging for fresh and processed food products. The programme of the workshop is designed to place the technical outputs of the project within the general context of current and predicted future trends both in the evolution of new technologies and in the market which will determine their application.
The programme will be very relevant to engineers and managers from food manufacturing and technology machine provider companies who need to be aware of current capabilities of and future trends in emerging technologies within Europe which will impact on their business. The programme will also be relevant to research and development engineers who are interested in opportunities in this rapidly expanding industrial sector.
Visitors can expect to hear talks by John Quinn of Marks & Spencer, Andrew Stark of PPMA and Erik Pakkeriet from the PicknPack Project at the workshop that takes place between 9AM and 4.30PM on the 25th June 2014.