The programme of the all–day seminar "I spy with my little eye something which you cannot see" will combine valuable, theoretical basic principles with real, practical examples from the foreign object inspection field.
Detecting foreign objects: legal background and practical applications
Thus Professor Udo Bühler, a solicitor and renowned adviser to filling plants and holder of the chair for private business, sales, corporate and European law at the Mainz College of Higher Education will provide a current background to subjects such as technical law and product liability. Specialists from HEUFT will show how glass splinters and other dangerous foreign objects in food can be precisely detected before it is too late. A practical demonstration of the highly efficient HEUFT eXaminer full container inspection is on the programme amongst other things. Beate Höppner, a qualified engineer and Production Management Assistant for jams and sweet creams at Zentis GmbH & Co. KG Aachen, is the satisfied user who will report about the detection of foreign objects using her great wealth of experience.
HEUFT TeKnowledge: deep insights provide additional benefits
A tour of the HEUFT factory also awaits the seminar participants which will provide a deep insight into the fractal corporate structure and the wide product portfolio of the leading supplier of pioneering quality assurance, rejection, transport, line analysis and labelling systems. Those who wish to take part should secure their free place on the HEUFT Teknowledge seminar now. An appropriate registration form is available for downloading here.
You too can benefit from the profound practical knowledge which the HEUFT seminar will offer on 22 October 2008 at the HEUFT factory "Am Wind" in Burgbrohl: the solutions to be presented will provide you with knowledge and generate a very high degree of food safety!