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bbi-2023-02-interpack 2023 highlights (Reading Bakery Systems excerpt)

As preparations are in full swing for interpack 2023, exhibitors share solutions they are focusing on, information about new technologies that bakers can see at the show, as well as their views on the trade show and the industry.

Reading Bakery Systems

Hall 1 B70
RBS is focusing on achieving sustainable and flexible operations at interpack. The company is featuring its new sustainable and electric baking capabilities, continuous mixing technology, and its low-pressure extruded snack systems.
Returning to interpack after the show’s hiatus, RBS focuses on innovation. “During the pandemic, we reframed our energy around people, the planet, and prosperity; how we can improve every step of our value chain. The results are impactful for our customers, such as new digital offerings like educational webinars, RBS eZone, a 24/7 self-
service parts portal, improved systems automation via RBSConnect for greater efficiency, intelligent and lean design/build protocols for manufacturing, as well as the SafeShield program for easier cleaning and sanitation,” RBS says.
The company is expecting a successful trade fair as it observes that customers are looking to manufacturers to solve some of their operational challenges, like energy efficiency, sustainability, labor and material shortages, and new product development. “Customers need partners with innovative system solutions, not just equipment suppliers.”
RBS anticipates that today’s industry trends will become standard operating procedures very soon, regarding automation, sustainability (e.g., electric ovens, labor-saving operating systems) and increased flexibility.


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The article is part of an extended feature, which was originally published in [BBI 2 – 2023]. Read the full article in the magazine: