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Research suggests engineering degrees in the United States account for just 4.4 percent of total first university degrees.
The brewer was able to avoid squelching higher demand by revisiting some traditional methods.
Robots can help increase overall equipment effectiveness (OEE), which improves a processor’s bottom line.
With the right strategies, you could decrease wastewater surcharges from your publicly owned treatment works and recoup some energy out of your wastewater.
Food and beverage plants spent less on replacement parts and components in 2013 and are focused on lower inventories and competitive pricing as key business drivers, based on replies from industry professionals in Food Engineering’s 11th Annual Replacement Parts and Components Trends Survey.
There are many paths toward reducing energy and utility usage at plants—some are obvious, but some are not and require the help of consultants and suppliers.
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