THE CHANGING FOOD SECTOR

THE CHALLENGES OF TODAY, TOMORROW AND BEYOND

In the Fox Study, Fraunhofer ISI developed several future scenarios in cooperation with international experts and STAUFEN. What they all have in common is that the food industry will fundamentally change by 2035.

Even today, the food industry is facing major challenges:

Socio-political trends such as changing diets, questioning production and manufacturing methods, the demand for sustainability, and political decisions such as the CO2 tax.

In addition, individual farm-to-fork players face their own challenges: Retailers: new forms of distribution Producers: sourcing, trademarks, investments Growers: price pressure

In addition to these trend-setting topics, they must also focus on their own tasks from the present, e.g., increasing efficiency, shortage of skilled workers, digitalization.

Your Contact

Axel Davila Lage

Food & Beverage

Phone: +49 7024 8056 0

E-Mail: axel.davila@staufen.ag

SOLVING TODAY’S CHALLENGES FOR THE FUTURE

Our customers’ tasks are as diverse as their products and cultures:

  • Process mining – How do the processes really operate?
  • Increasing OEE – A key figure with many levers
  • “State-of-the-art” maintenance – For high plant availability
  • Development of a customized production system
  • Establishing key figures and communication cascade as a management tool
  • Standardizing processes – 3 layers and 5 different procedures
  • Standardization across locations – Different cultures, one accepted way
  • Qualification and development of a CIP organization
  • Complexity management with variant diversity
  • Sales & Operations Planning – creating a frozen zone
  • Holistically assessing and improving the order-to-cash process
  • Creating a contemporary management culture
  • Factory planning: green and brownfield
  • Footprint optimization
  • Asset Lifecycle Management
  • Organizational and procedural redesign in the context of succession planning
  • From start-up to industrial company
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NEW COFFEE CULTURE BY LAVAZZA

INTERVIEW WITH MICHELE GALBATI (HEAD OF MANUFACTURING, LAVAZZA)

In 1895, Luigi Lavazza opened his first shop on Via San Tommaso in Turin. Like none other of his time, he knew how to make incomparable mixtures of coffee from various origins. With inventiveness and passion, he and his descendants created a group of companies that now operates around the world. Read the whole interview: 

Centro Carni Company – We are Italian. Good food is our passion.

Interview with Nicola Pilotto (Director of Administration and Finance, Centro Carni Company S.p.A.)

Centro Carni Company is one of the most important Italian companies in the field of meat processing, based in Tombolo in the province of Padua. The history of the company dates back to the late 1890s. Since 1993 the company has been constantly growing, from the marketing of frozen products to the national and international trade in fresh products. 

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STRATEGIC COOPERATION WITH THE GERMAN INSTITUTE OF FOOD TECHNOLOGIES (DIL)

In hardly any other industry than in the food industry do companies have to master a greater balancing act between absolutely stable processes and the pressure of short-cycle innovations. In the future, Staufen AG and the German Institute of Food Technologies (DIL) will cooperate as partners to ensure companies’ viability for the future by combining scientific and methodological know-how with in-depth practical knowledge.

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