Tetra Pak unveils new plant management service to increase customers profitability

By Sean Galea-Pace
The Swiss-based food manufacturing company, Tetra Pak, has unveiled Tetra Pak Plant Secure which is a new plant management service aimed at providing pr...

The Swiss-based food manufacturing company, Tetra Pak, has unveiled Tetra Pak Plant Secure which is a new plant management service aimed at providing profitability improvements for customers.

Tetra Pak’s service will allow for an extended audit of the equipment and systems utilised across the entirety of the customer’s value chain.

The findings, along with Tetra Pak’s in-depth knowledge of the industry and data on food manufacturing, will enable its specialists to accelerate improvements across the customer’s operation.

“Our investment in Industry 4.0 technologies such as artificial intelligence, automation and data velocity has enabled us to better-support our customers in the digital era,” said Dennis Jonsson, President and CEO of Tetra Pak Group.

See more:

“Tetra Pak Plant Secure is a great example of how we use new technology to broaden our perspective and deliver bottom-line benefits for our customers.”

It has been confirmed that test projects have taken place in the US and in Europe, with results described as being above customer expectations.

As a result of the project, it was revealed that an America-based dairy producer decreased its operational costs by over 10% in the first year of operation, with the project continuing to enjoy further savings.

It has been announced that Tetra Pak Plant Secure is being released to all food and beverage firms worldwide.

Share

Featured Articles

How technology has improved Health & Safety in manufacturing

Johann Cilliers, Group Marketing Director at Welding Alloys, explains how technology has improved Health & Safety in the manufacturing industry

Nick Dinges, Replique CTO, explores additive manufacturing

Replique’s CTO Nick Dinges shares his knowledge on 3D printing, how localised production can help supply chains & what the manufacturing sector wants

Hanwha to spend US$2.5bn on US solar manufacturing

South Korean chemical manufacturer Hanwha will spend US$2.5bn on US solar manufacturing at Georgia plant, in a new renewable energy push

Hexagon invests in Divergent Technologies digital factories

Digital Factory

India’s smart manufacturing electric vehicle future

Smart Manufacturing

Manufacturing a legacy of safety, sustainability, and skill

Procurement & Supply Chain