Published By : 07 Sep 2017 | Published By : QYRESEARCH
ABB will be attending the National Food Technology Event in Montreal, from the 13th of September, 2017, being held for two days. Arranged by the Canadian government and Quebec’s Food Processing Council (Conseil de la change alimentaire du Québec (CTAQ)), Markus Brettschneider, the group’s senior VP and general chief of worldwide food & beverage applications at ABB, is set to present on the main day of the occasion.
This is a first of its kind event from the CTAQ and is an open door for the small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and huge organizations to find out about the bureaucratic plans for guaranteeing the sustainability of the Canadian food industry. Concentrating on key industry subjects, for instance, automation, artificial intelligence and Industry 4.0, the two-day occasion will furnish organizations with understanding on the most proficient method to connect with global markets.
Along with presenting at the meet, key pioneers of the food and beverage group of ABB Canada will be facilitating an innovation tour through the new ABB grounds and Customer Innovation Center in Montreal, which opened in May 2017. The pivotal focus of the visit is to demonstrate visitors how ABB's Ability digitalization stage can be utilized by organizations to create key performance indicators around pricing, quality, safety and sustainability, with a progression of workshops and presentations.