It said this would enable companies to achieve improved efficiencies, more effective planning and increased throughput.
The company, which will be in Hall 06.1 (stand B090/C091), will demonstrate a number of solutions that it claims help to deliver "high levels of overall equipment effectiveness, in-depth compilation and analysis, including cloud-based service, and seamless traceability".
One particular focus will be its CSB-Rack, which is an industrial IT workstation for automated data capture. It can be used throughout all stages of processing, from raw material procurement to labelling. It has a waterproof design and shatterproof shield, which make it ideal for factory environments that include high temperatures and high humidity, said CSB.
The company will also be promoting its latest fully-integrated traceability system, which it claims can offers customers a distinct competitive advantage. "The advanced software enables businesses to obtain International Food Standard (IFS) ‘higher level’ certification, meeting all legal requirements and providing an enhanced quality management system that helps to reduce costs and improve overall production efficiencies," said CSB.
It can also link to external consumer databases, such as fTrace and Mynetfair, to satisfy the growing demands of consumers to check the authenticity and history of the products they are purchasing.
Anuga FoodTec takes place from 24-27 March in Cologne, Germany.