Blogger it, I didn't see that coming. Process Plant Network has just launched its official blog sit
Process Plant Network is one of Australia’s leading suppliers of Processing and Packaging Equipment (new and used), and now they have ‘officially launched’ their blog site!
Like most things in life sometimes you just have to wait to get what you want but according to the PPN Marketing Department, ‘Over time, we aim to make this one of the most comprehesive processing and packaging blog sites available’.
You will see new and used machines for sale on a regular basis. Machine reviews eg. the latest in Checkweighers and Metal Detectors as well as Special Interest Project reports. From beginners to experts this site will take you through it all.
Check out Machine Anatomy 101. An introductory course for new users introducing them to terms like ‘Cookers and Kettles’, explaining the functions, varieties and how they combine with other elements to form an efficient production line.
Director Justin Dommisse states, ‘We have three levels of client’. Beginners, intermediates and experts.
So with that in mind there’s relevant topics for all. High end users can tune into ‘Dennis Forte’.
Dennis is known for his expertise on, Extrusion Processing, Process Modelling, Process Optimization and Drying Technology. http://www.dennisforte.com.au
Our Food Technology ‘Bradley Wardrop-Brown’
For the Legal Eagles, Paul Kirton from Macpherson+Kelly will inform all about legal issues associated with the industry.
Paul Kirton, in addition to law, has a diverse professional background in engineering and information technology.
This mix of skills and experience is applied to Business Law clients with emphasis on the intellectual property, IT and trade areas. The subject of Workplace Safety is discussed at length. A topic which is a cornerstone to ensure
the survival for any business.
At the coal face PPN have been able to present an interesting insight to working relationships with some of their clients. Lionel Miller from Steakhouse Group, Yumi Friedmam from Yumi’s Dips and Freedom Foods.
But more than anything else like all blog sites it gives you the opportunity to have your say.
Contribute, ask questions or make suggestions on what you would like to know about.
However the proof is in the reading and the best way to check that out is by visiting:
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As one of Australia's leading providers of new
and used processing and packaging equipment,
Process Plant Network also offers a custom design service.
There's over 2000 machines to view at their
South Dandenong showrooms.