MCP attended the Inaugural Food and Drink Engineering Summit
June 7th, the Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham
The inaugural Food and Drink Engineering Summit had a singular focus to bring together senior management and technical experts from the UK’s food and beverage manufacturers that are instrumental in maintaining and improving the performance of the countries food and beverage manufacturing and processing plants.
MCP attended and contributed to the core purpose of the event – to facilitate knowledge sharing and collaboration.
Above speaker: Paul Townsend – Head of Supply Chain, British Sugar
Paul Townsend Head of Supply Chain, British Sugar. Paul presented a case study of the approach to an issue with supply due to capacity constraints and how they modelled the process and challenged constraining practices to release performance. The basic work has lead to a more in-depth study supported by MCP which defined the building blocks to further performance improvement over the next 2-year horizon.
Above speaker: Roy Davis – Associate Senior Consultant, MCP Consulting Group Ltd
He gave a presentation on The reliability excellence journey in a food manufacturing environment. Roy has been providing consultancy and training services to major manufacturing organisations for the past 20 years in the areas of TPM, asset management, reliability and maintenance and has long-term relationships with many clients.