Sept 9, 2021 by Process and Control Today
In our daily lives as consumers, we have become accustomed to a high degree of customisation. In fact, we’ve grown to expect it, with much of the success of companies like Netflix and Amazon stemming from their ability to create tailored offerings. However, in the world of food production, the concept of customisation can still feel like an extravagance. In particular, smaller companies may fear that ordering a bespoke metal detection with a custom-built conveying system will be an expensive and complicated process, fraught with delays.
Thankfully, that couldn’t be further from the truth. Jodie Curry, Commercial Manager at Fortress Technology, highlights several situations when bespoke can be better.