Innoget sponsors the 3rd European Food Manufacturing & safety summit

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14 December, 2012   News

Innoget sponsors the 3rd European Food Manufacturing & Safety Summit for 2nd year. The summit will take place in the Netherlands on 11th – 12th February.

The programme has been researched to present exclusive insights into the improvements of productivity, achieving continuous improvement and maximising food safety and quality whilst reducing costs.
“The latest food manufacturing and safety strategies shaping the future of the industry.”

It is the 2nd year we sponsor this event and we are happy to extend the sponsorship for year 2013! We know from our experience that this event is such a success. Some insights from last year’s event attendees:
“Challenging, invigorating, motivating and rewarding”
Robert Kennedy, Site Technical Manager, Magners

“Bringing specialists and experts together in the right mix”
Idwin Bouman, Director SHEQA & Food Safety, Friesland Campina

“Great networking opportunity across many businesses facing serious challenges”
Stephen McIlrath, Production & Product Supply Director, Stock Spirits

During the event we will have the opportunity to meet with over 150 senior food and beverage professionals from across Europe at the Grand Hotel Huis ter Duin Noordwijk, The Netherlands.

Some programme highlights: 

-Achieving lean management success throughout food manufacturing operations
Nick Turvey, Quality, Environment, Health and Safety Director, The Coca-Cola Company

-Creating a food safety culture - Food safety equals behavior?
Frank Yiannas, Vice President, Food Safety, Walmart

-Using enterprise level lean thinking to track and improve productivity across multiple locations
Damian Triffitt, Group Lean Controller, United Biscuits

-Enhancing sustainability into business strategies, operations and culture
Annette Hansen, Director of Sustainability, DuPont Nutrition & Health

If you are interested we invite you to view the full programme: www.foodmanufacturingevent.com/programme  

The event features leading professionals from multinationals as well as small companies allowing for a wide variety of networking opportunities and pre-arranged one-to-one meetings. 
A wide selection of real life case studies, panel discussions and interactive sessions present new strategies and tools providing insights and support to enhance current food manufacturing & safety business activities.

For more information please contact Michaela Melcher, Marketing Manager on +44(0)20 7202 7690 or email michaela.melcher@wtgevents.com 

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