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CENFRA offers automation audit for UK food and drink industry

24 January 2011

CenFRA, has launched an interesting cheque book scheme designed to promote the positive impact that flexible and innovative robotic and automation solutions can have for food and drink companies.

It is offering UK-based food and drink manufacturers a £1,000 cheque towards the full cost of a comprehensive audit to help identify areas that could benefit from increased automation. I tis hope that this campaign will encourage the UK's food and drink industry to think about the positive productivity and efficiency benefits of automation and robotics.

Each audit comprises a performance analysis, improvement recommendations and information on the latest technologies and production processes. CenFRA's engineers will also offer advice on which automation methods available are most applicable to that particular food and drink manufacturing sector.
From the initial site review, CenFRA can create a bespoke technology roadmap, which identifies any hidden production opportunities and evaluates where robotics and automation could improve existing manufacturing or processing systems.

CenFRA is independent of robotic manufacturers, integrators and auxiliary equipment suppliers. The UK-based company is principally funded by Yorkshire Forward and is working towards becoming the beacon organisation for all robotic and automation activities related to the UK food and drink manufacturing industry including education, consultancy and

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