Saturday, June 12, 2021

Mettler-Toledo delivers product inspection know-how

Throughout 2021, Mettler-Toledo will be holding live webinars to keep the market updated with the latest product inspection technologies, applications, industry hot topics and regulatory changes.

Product inspection technology offers crucial safeguards to food manufacturers, helping to maximise product quality and maintain brand protection by ensuring products are free of contaminants, contain the right amount of produce, and are packaged and labelled correctly.

As well as technology-specific webinars on areas such as metal detection, x-ray, checkweighing and vision inspection, topics to be explored include track and trace and preparing for the food safety digital revolution.

Plus, how Mettler-Toledo’s ProdX product inspection management software acts as an enabler for the digital transformation that is becoming increasingly important in food safety compliance auditing.

In addition, Mettler-Toledo works with well renowned organisations within the food industry to deliver joint webinars.

These include British Retail Consortium Global Standards (BRCGS), the European Co-Packers Association (ECPA) and Evrythng, who co-chaired the GS1 Standards Development Working Group and contributed critical intellectual property that created the GS1 Digital Link Standard.

All of the sessions are free to join, and will be hosted by technical specialists, who will give attendees the opportunity to ask questions and broaden their understanding of the technologies, the applications and the issues concerned.

Click or tap here to find out more about the upcoming webinars.

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