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EHEDG Content Contest Winners

EHEDG Content Contest Winners:

Which hygienic engineering & design projects deserve the full attention of the global food industry? In our first EHEDG Newsletter of the year, we invited all EHEDG Company Members to submit their article ideas. We received several proposals, but who are we to choose? Why not let the EHEDG members decide for themselves?

So in the second EHEDG Newsletter, we invited everyone to participate in our online EHEDG Content Contest, by submitting story ideas in the comment section of our EHEDG online community on LinkedIn.

After the final submission deadline, all participants were asked to cast their votes for their favourites.

The winning stories are featured on the following pages, for the whole food industry to see. Enjoy their stories and stay connected so you won’t miss the next edition of the EHEDG Content Contest.

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Floveyor: Rhys Walker Find out how Australia-based equipment producer (and one of the winners of the EHEDG Content Contest) Floveyor optimized the hygienic design of their conveyor systems, helping their customers to advance the hygiene, cleanability, productivity and sustainability aspects of their food production processes.

SKF: Fabio Falashi Find out how technical solutions provider around the rotating shaft SKF developed an EHEDG guideline compliant bearing system that can withstand regular washdowns without the need for relubrication.

Iv-Industrie: Jeroen van den Boezem Find out how engineering agency Iv-Industrie develops its hygienic design engineering services and applies hygienic engineering expertise in their engineering projects to advance the cleanability, productivity and sustainability of their clients’ production facilities.

Commercial Food Sanitation: Nicole Cammarata Find out how Commercial Food Sanitation developed their new FoodSafe Conveyance Workshop by aligning hygienic design, engineering, sanitation, and maintenance insights with a clearly defined food safety mindset.

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