All articles for "Food and Beverage"


Slick research

At Imperial College London, Professor Hugh Spikes studies the effects of friction.
Chemicals, fuel and petroleum products,Food and Beverage,Lubricants,Machinery and equipment,Research and theory,Talent,
Engineering Competence

Turning the tide in Tigray

Sue Edwards’ Tigray Project is empowering smallholder farmers, mostly women, in Ethiopia to develop sustainable agriculture built on local resources.
Food and Beverage,

Economos turns SKF

The industrial seals manufacturer Economos, which was acquired by SKF in 2006, will be integrated into the SKF brand in April 2011. From then on, SKF [...]
Fluid Machinery,Food and Beverage,Lifting and Handling,Transmission,
Engineering Competence

Food for thought

Food and beverage producers must take an uncompromizing approach to hygiene, health and safety. They need machine solutions that can match these [...]
Bearings,Food and Beverage,Lubrication Solutions,Seals,

Kitchen confidence

From Michel Roux’s three-star Waterside Inn at Bray in England to the presidential palace in Gabon in Central Africa, Rosinox of France supplies top [...]
Design,Food and Beverage,Linear motion,

Soya solution

With the pressures of expansion and competition in Brazilian agribusiness, companies must keep costs low. For the soya crushing operations of Bunge [...]
Condition monitoring,Food and Beverage,Integrated maintenance solutions,Maintenance,
Engineering Competence

Composite bushing gains wider market

The wider distribution and improvement of SKF’s stainless steel backed composite bushings brings a solution to the food and beverage [...]
Food and Beverage,Marine,Printing,Pulp and paper,