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Webinar Cream of the Crop: Will Your Machines Measure Up for Manufacturing Flexibility?
September 17, 2019 | 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. ET

As dairy producers responding to new technologies and rapidly-evolving consumer demand, offering a range of products in smaller batches and in various sizes means a focus on flexible manufacturing practices is critical to maintaining your competitive advantage. Achieving this requires smarter machines, capable of capturing accurate batch data and production metrics, and supporting rapid changeover to minimize downtime, with cleanability as an imperative. Join us for this webinar to learn how the right equipment can help you optimize your production to keep up with an ever-changing landscape.

Presenters

Mike Collins
Business Development Leader - Dairy Segment
Pneumatic Scale Angelus

Mike’s first exposure to the Dairy industry was in the 1980’s, where he spent summers making cheese at a northern Wisconsin factory. Upon receiving his degree in Industrial Technology at UW-Stout (’89), Mike began his career in liquids packaging technologies at Krones’ US division. Over the course of the next two decades, he was involved as a Mechanical Project Engineer for many different projects and eventually joined former colleagues at Federal Manufacturing in 2005, where he lead the mechanical side of their Electronic Filling Systems Group. After two decades on the engineering side, in 2008, Mike moved to a Sales Management role at Federal, where he developed customer solutions, and serviced and sold hygienic bottling systems on five continents: Europe, North America, South America, Australia, and Asia (Middle East). Product applications included various mammalian milk products (i.e., cow, goat, camel, kefir, yogurt, laban, smoothie blends, HTST, UHT [ESL], etc.), juices, teas, water, and other non-carbonated liquid products(e.g., saline solutions, sport drinks, vegetal blends, etc.). Mike joined Pneumatic Scale Angelus in January of 2018 as Business Development Leader for the Dairy segment.

Jean-Pierre Orenge
Business Development Leader - with Hema-PSA
Pneumatic Scale Angelus

Having started his career in the packaging industry in 1999 in the SIDEL Group, Jean-Pierre Orenge spent his first 10 years as a Project Manager (blow-moulders, fillers, cappers, combis, …), primarily for the North American market and then across all geographical areas. He moved into Business Development positions in 2009, with a strong focus on sensitive liquid food applications in ultra clean and aseptic environments. Jean-Pierre served as Business Development Director, Sensitive Products at Sidel, looking after Global Key Accounts, until 2016 when he joined the Pneumatic Scale Angelus division of BW Packaging Systems. Jean-Pierre holds his current position as Business Development Leader with Hema-PSA, taking care of the Liquid Dairy segment, as well as other sensitive foods. Based in France, he holds University degrees in mechanical engineering, as well as in sales and marketing technics.

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Registration

Registration fees for this webinar are based on your company's IDFA membership status. For more information about membership, please email membership@idfa.org.

Member Fee: Complimentary
Non-Member Fee: $195

Cancellation Policy

No registration refunds will be granted after September 10, 2019. Substitutions may be made without penalty. All cancellations and substitutions must be received in writing at registrar@idfa.org.

If you have questions or need assistance with the registration process, please contact IDFA at (202) 737-4332 or registrar@idfa.org.