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What every manufacturer ultimately wants is to make customised products with better quality and at lower costs. Recent figures reveal that the food industry is investing heavily in the enabling technologies such as big data processing, blockchain, the Internet of Things, adaptive robots and 3D printing. 

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Keep smiling

Digitisation, blockchain, robotisation, the IoT, Smart Industry...once you start exploring the world of ‘Industry 4.0’ you’re confronted with an...

Blockchain in the food sector

The term ‘blockchain’ is creating a buzz in the food industry. Some people are enthusiastically claiming that it has the potential to radically change...

User-friendly automation solutions

ReflexSystems has been providing automation systems for the food industry for over 20 years. ReflexSystems was formed in the mid-1990s by a merger between two...

Masterful products for supermarkets

“My love of the butcher’s trade,” says master butcher Jack Keulen, “forms the basis of everything I do.” That love provides a strong...

Wanted: a robot with brains

Robots and computers can do almost anything, as long as it is standardised and brainless. They are the best employees you can wish for: 24/7, never ill and they do...

Full steam ahead for the food industry

Showing an increase of 5.4 percent, the Dutch food industry has achieved its highest production growth in five years according to the FNLI’s Food Industry...

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