From Innovation to Networking and Product Debuts, FoodTech Qld to Host It All
FoodTech Qld is taking place this coming Sunday and will certainly be an exciting time for exhibitors and visitors alike. With so many great products and technology on show, here’s a description of some highlights bound to interest food manufacturers.
ASSA ABLOY will be exhibiting their supply of intelligent locks and security solutions; their products account for more than one in ten of all lock and security installations worldwide so their exhibit will certainly be one to look out for.
Flowcrete will be unveiling their next stage in the evolution of food grade flooring – the full gloss, polyurethane, antimicrobial, enhanced Flowfresh Sealer system. This formulation is innovative, and is HACCP Internationally certified – the first of its kind in Australia.
SICK Pty LTD will be introducing the decentralized integration design of Flexi Loop. SICK is meeting the demand for cost-saving cascading of safe switches and sensors within a machine as well as for extensive diagnostic options – while maintaining performance level PL e. Flexi Loop is open to the safety-capable switches and sensors of all manufacturers – a fact that helps maintain the procurement independence of the machine builder and the end customer alike.
On the Monday morning of the event, Queensland MP for Bundaberg, Minister Leanne Donaldson, Minister for Agriculture and Fisheries will be visiting FoodTech Qld. The Minister’s role includes overseeing food production, her tour of the show floor will provide ample opportunity to come face to face with some of the innovators and companies growing Queensland’s economy.
Along with food processing equipment will be incredible displays – such as the KUKA robot from Wiley, the cinematic short film from Gelita on the science of gel, and in an exciting debut: Ungerer Australia will be exhibiting their ‘Native Flavours’ range – distinctly Australian flavours with unique and unusual profiles meeting the marked rise in interest in Australian flavours.
FoodTech Qld will also be co-locating with the Australian Institute of Food Science & Technology (AIFST)’s 49th Annual Convention, seeing up to 300 food scientist & other food professionals during the 2 day conference.
FoodTech Qld is a free event for all industry professionals, register online for free & express entry to the show.
Dates: 26-28 June 2016
Venue: Hall 2, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
More Info: www.foodtechqld.com.au
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