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Industrialization

Industrialization in the food processing industry: from the idea to the start-up, helping your decisions.

Thanks to its knowledge of the stakes in food processed industrialization, to its expertise of new processes and to its pilot plants, the CTCPA is able to guide you all along your industrialization approach.  The CTCPA’s understanding of equipment supplies on a European and world scale allow you to benefit form a specific guidance with a proven method.
The independent phases for an ”a la carte” support :

  • STEP 1 : HELPING YOU TO DECIDE ON INVESTMENTS

Defining of the schema and the parameters of the process - Researching solutions and realization of technical specifications - Technical-economical study

  • STEP 2 : ADVISING YOUR LINE INGINEERING ( with your engineering department or your new works services )

Defining and optimizing the implantation of equipment – Management of problems of flow (fluids, raw material, employees…)

  • STEP 3 : PARTICIPATING IN THE LINE ACTIVATION

Assistance during the reception and implantation of the equipment – Advice from a process expert on the capability and the appropriateness of the equipment

  • STEP 4 : SUPPORT AT THE START OF THE LINE

Organizing industrial tests on the line – Training of employees on new technologies – Following the first production – Advice post start of the line

  • STEP 5 : PERFORMANCE MONITORING

Monitoring the process figures helps to test the efficiency of industrial tools

The CTCPA experts can assist you step by step with your project, notably on :

  • The problems inherent with food products (during processing, conservation, defining single-unit operations…)
  • The processes and the equipment
  • Flow constraints, onward march
  • The principle of hygienic conception of equipment
  • Expertise on the validation of line performance

This assistance can also follow an initial work of R&D, lead by the CTCPA, for example.

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