Food Processing Machinery Manufacturing Consultant

Mastering tomorrow's food processing landscape
Embrace the challenge of a rapidly growing market while navigating the complexities of skilled labor shortages, technological evolution, and changing consumer demands. Discover how to stay ahead in the food processing machinery industry.
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There is a massive market wave

Food processing equipment engineering

The global food processing equipment market is witnessing an unprecedented era of growth, expected to soar from $45.01 billion in 2019 to a staggering $62.98 billion by 2027. This expansion is not without its challenges. Your industry grapples with a critical shortage of skilled labor, a factor directly impacting the efficiency of production lines and overall market growth. The demand for processed and packaged food is driving a significant shift towards automation and advanced technology, propelling the market to an anticipated $69.3 billion by 2032.

Competing effectively means evolving

Manufacturers are at a crossroads, where adapting to rapid technological advancements, stringent food safety or other regulatory compliance, and evolving consumer preferences are paramount. The industry faces intense cost pressures, making the balance between cost-effective manufacturing, quality maintenance, and innovation more crucial than ever. In this dynamic landscape, strategic adaptability, technological integration, and a keen understanding of industry trends are key to not just surviving but thriving in the future of food processing machinery.

From Prototypes to Profits: Idaho Steel’s Digital Revolution
By leveraging the power of digital technologies, the company has streamlined operations and minimized its reliance on physical prototypes and real-world testing. These efficiencies have translated into notable cost reductions, which have helped Idaho Steel to maintain its profitability in a highly competitive market.
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Revolutionizing Food Processing Equipment Product Development Workflows at Idaho Steel

Jim Huskinson, VP of Engineering and Project Management at Idaho Steel, joins Anthony Rodriguez, VP at KETIV, as they explore the Idaho Steel transformation story. Learn how big changes in their workflows, automation, and validation …
KETIV Technologies equips food and beverage processing companies with advanced solutions, tools and training to streamline their design, manufacturing processes, and selling approach.
Keep, grow, and attract top engineering and design talent
Attract new talent who are eager to work with the latest technologies. Establish the use of the latest CAD (Computer-Aided Design) and CAE (Computer-Aided Engineering) and design simulation tools, to enable designers and engineers to work on cutting-edge projects.
Faster to market and monetization with new, innovative solutions
Accelerate the introduction of new equipment to the market with enhanced build quality, ensuring a faster response to customization demands. By seamlessly integrating 3D design, simulation, and configuration, you can promptly respond to market and customer pressures.
A better customer experience and buying experience
Offer customers interactive 3D models of their machinery that can be configured and priced real-time, automating the sales process. This gives customers a faster and more complete understanding of the buying options, increasing deal size and acceptance rates.

Case Study: TOMRA Fresh Food | Compac wins more with frictionless ordering

“We have a unique competitive in our specific marketplace with this solution….we’re the only ones in this space, doing it this way.”

Better customer experience

Customers can finally see how their sorting system connects to the rest of their factory and operations. TOMRA Fresh Food | Compac has an inherent competitive advantage now, as customers have a better understanding that they are buying a complete sorting solution, not just buying machines and parts.

Faster and easier selling

The TOMRA Fresh Food | Compac team can now quickly create 3D models that they can send to customers, accelerating the sales cycle. Their Solution Engineers can create 3D renderings in real-time, as they pitch the solution.

Reduced time and waste in projects

The Solution Engineers use Autodesk AutoCAD and Autodesk Inventor to quickly and efficiently create a sorting system from a library of components, rather than from scratch. The company’s order configuration data is more accurate now, reducing rework and errors on the shop floor.

You build the equipment that feeds the world.

The food manufacturing consultants at KETIV can assist in your goals to get food to the people, make it easier on your teams, and sustain better futures for those on the planet. Together, we can make a bigger impact, sooner.

Propel R&D with design automation, collaboration, and simulation
Leverage 3D design, PLM, automation, and simulation to reduce manual tasks and focus on creating best-in-class equipment designs that maximize quality and safety with top-tier product development.
Serve your customers when and how they want
Provide buyers quick and complete configurations with pricing, and increased visibility during production. Enable Equipment-as-a-Service (EaaS) to food and beverage processors.
Optimize equipment sustainability
Optimize design cycles so machinery can withstand rigorous and continued use – reducing defects, warranty costs, and preventable waste.
Seamless collaboration from sales to the shop floor
Operate from a single source of truth to simplify product design and respond to customer changes at any phase of the lifecycle in the food industry.
Food processing equipment engineering consulting

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