The Meat Factory

It is easy to build quality factories in the so-called developed world. In developing environments, it’s far more challenging. I build factories in such “challenging environments.”

Wherever I am involved in a new meat plant design, I do it from the perspective of creating the optimal combination of various technology sets, whether its flooring, equipment, processes, personnel or functional ingredients. It is a science where my fucus is the best output for the client, based on his budget and the enviroment the plant will operate in and not selling sets of technology that I may or may not be alligned with.

Here I share notes on lessons learned and I index work I have done on technology and considerations applicable to factory design in developing and developed countries.



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