On 5 May 2019, the trade magazines FLEISCHEREI TECHNIK and FH FLEISCHER-HANDWERK awarded the industry prizes FLEISCHEREI TECHNIK AWARD and FLEISCHER-HANDWERK AWARD for the sixth time at IFFA 2019 in Frankfurt am Main. Eleven prize winners in eight categories received the renowned award for sustainable developments in the meat industry.
WEBOMATIC Maschinenfabrik was awarded one of the coveted FH-Awards for the new shrink tank ST 60, which fulfils the wish of many customers from the butcher’s trade for economical and efficient shrink technology, especially for small and medium-sized businesses.
“We are very happy about this award, with the ST 60 we want to show that we care about the craft and that we are always looking for individual packaging solutions. It is nice to see that our ideas have now been awarded for the second time in a row and we would like to thank our colleagues in Bochum, who are behind this ingenious design!
” Nathalie Bonk & Alexander Gegner, Marketing WEBOMATIC
The prizes are based on an invitation to tender, which took place from November 2018 to March 2019 in the two trade magazines. Companies from the equipment and supply industries as well as service providers whose developments have resulted in a sustainable advantage for the production processes of meat-processing and sausage-producing companies (with an industrial and craft orientation) were invited to apply.
A jury of experts, made up of representatives of the specialist editorial departments and the management of the publishing house, assessed the applications received. Taking into account the factors of quality improvement, cost reduction, sustainability and effective process design, the best developments with sustainable added value for customers from industry and trade in eight categories were selected from around 30 entries.
Five FLEISCHER-HANDWERK AWARDs 2019 were presented for innovations and solutions in the categories Automation & Digitisation, Shopfitting & Sales, Processing Machinery, Packaging Technology and Training.
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