Marel, the leading global provider of advanced equipment and systems for the food processing industry, will sell its 500th SensorX bone detection system at IPPE 2016 in Atlanta, GA. Every year, Marel’s 500 SensorX systems find close to 1 billion bones that were headed toward the global food supply.
WHO: Marel, the leading global provider of advanced equipment and systems for the food processing industry and Mountaire Farms, a fast-growing company whose business model is to adhere to the highest standards of quality control and operational excellence.
WHAT: Signing of the contract for the sale of the 500th SensorX globally.
WHERE: IPPE 2016 at the Georgia World Conference Center in Atlanta, GA. On Marel’s booth 4613-4621.
WHEN: 4:00 p.m., Tuesday January 26.
WHY: Food safety and quality are the goals of every food processor. Using advanced sensing technology and software give the SensorX bone detection capabilities that are unprecedented among automatic bone detection systems, finding close to 1 billion bones globally every year.
OTHER DETAILS: Photo opportunities include contract signing, SensorX machine. Interview opportunities with Marel and Mountaire executives and product specialists.
For more information, visit marel.com/poultry.