Machines for the Food, Packaging and Pharmaceutical Industries
The Machines for the Food, Packaging and Pharmaceutical Industries group consists of companies that produce and distribute industrial systems, machines and parts for the food, packaging and pharmaceutical industries.
- The group organises training courses in systems hygiene for the food and pharmaceutical industries.
- The group informs its members regarding new technologies.
- The group organises information sessions and workshops to increase the knowledge level of members with regard to specific topics and legislation (e.g. food contact materials) through to drawing up and following up on quotes.
- The group organises with the food industry the group organises seminars on various topics.
Food & Beverage Technology Club event with Desobry: Expand, Automation, Export Belgian cookies manufacturing Desobry is a firm believer in his lucky star. And as proof of its confidence in the future, the Tournai-based company has made substantial investments in its production tool.
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