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MRO Q&A: Setting up a Master Card Key System

A reader asks for advice to set up a master card key system.

MRO Q&A: Most Hygienic Method of Applying Conveyor Lubricant

A reader wonders which way is more hygienic for applying conveyor lubricant: brush or nozzle?

MRO Q&A: What to Watch Out for When Purchasing a New Facility

A reader asks for advice when conducting surveys of new facilities.

MRO Q&A: Successful Processes for High-Speed Machine Switch

A reader asks what types of processeses can be put in place to ensure a successful change to a high-speed machine.

MRO Q&A: How to Prevent Machine Trade Secrets from Going Public

A reader would like to now how to prevent vendors from sharing plant-specific machine modifications with competitors.

MRO Q&A: Should the Industrial Internet of Things Be on Your Radar?

Our plant maintenance expert suggests: Develop an operational needs plan pertaining to what is being touted -- before you hear any sales presentations -- to see if it makes sense for your company.

MRO Q&A: What is Causing Swaying Water Pipes?

A reader asks our MRO Experts about swaying water pipes in his manufacturing plant. See what our experts had to say.

Testing Facility Allows Processors to Test-Drive Applications

Risco's new testing facility allows processors to test-drive applications.

Campbell's to invest $50 million in soup and juice plants

Campbell Soup Co. plans to spend $50 million to upgrade and expand its northwest Ohio soup and juice factories, part of which will add new products such as beverages based on nutrient-packed sweet potatoes and its classic tomato soup in a microwaveable bowl.

Is RFID built out?

Even as uses for the digital barcodes and tracking chips proliferate, the radio frequency identification industry may be on the verge of a shakeout that could hit the Dallas area harder than others.

Milk Industry Sours on Definition

The dairy industry is up in arms over a proposal to expand the U.S. Department of Agriculture's definition of milk to include all kinds of new products, including low-carbohydrate beverages, drinkable yogurt and even sports drinks.

ConAgra to Shut Down Plants, Profit Falls

The company said it plans to close some of its 150 plants to reduce costs, but did not detail specific plans, which are still being developed.

Sara Lee promotes three executives

Chicago-based Sara Lee Corp. announced June 30 that its board of directors has elected George Chappelle a senior vice president of the corporation and Kees Gielen and Aldo Uva, each to vice president of the corporation, effective immediately.

Coca-Cola with Lime Uses Island Inspiration

Soft-drink flavors are no longer about just the colas or the uncolas. But the latest craze this summer is lime. The citrus fruit has found its way into Coca-Cola and rival Pepsi-Cola in recent months.

Coca-Cola still world's top brand

Coca-Cola has been named the world's top brand for a fourth consecutive year in a survey by consultancy Interbrand.

Policinski takes the helm at Land O'Lakes

Land O'Lakes Inc. said Wednesday that Chris Policinski will be its next chairman and chief executive.

Coke's chief marketing officer steps down

Coca-Cola's Chuck Fruit is stepping down as chief marketing officer, a move that follows a reduction in his clout earlier this year.

IBC to shut Iowa bakery, cut 150 jobs

Interstate Bakeries Corp. said Aug. 31 that it will close its Davenport, Iowa, bakery by Nov. 4 as part of its ongoing restructuring. The move will eliminate 150 jobs.

Beer is losing its fizz among the drinking set

Though beer is still the most-quaffed alcoholic beverage in the country by far, it is slowly losing its grip around the marketplace edges. From 1998 through last year, beer's share of all alcohol servings slipped from 59.6 percent to 58.1 percent.

Frontier Natural Products Co-op Wins LEED Silver

Renovation of Norway, Iowa, plant certified.

Smucker to Buy Most of Sara Lee North American Coffee

Nonstrategic asset was mostly foodservice; Senseo being phased out.

With Stipulations, Bimbo Okayed to Buy Sara Lee Bakeries

A handful of regional divestitures required.

Coca-Cola Remains 'Best Global Brand'

Leads Interbrand list for the 12th straight year.

Coca-Cola Invests in Future 100 Percent PlantBottle

Contracts with biotech firms Virent, Gevo and Avantium for next-generation packaging.

Abbott Nutrition to Build in Ohio

$270 million plant to make adult nutrition products.

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