Introducing Automation to the Food & Beverage Industry

Cable Assemblies
The UK food and beverage industry is taking advantage of the benefits automation has for its industry. The growing pressure to cut costs and provide a more reliable service provides more reason to turn to automation for many sectors within industry. The food and drinks sector in general is well-known for having some of the strictest manufacturing and control regulations in industry.

Lapp Group however have excelled with their involvement in the robotics industry and fully understand the benefits that robot technology has within numerous industries, which is also where their cables play an extremely important role from cable assemblies to automation cables.

Batch automation within the food and beverage industry requires robust cable assemblies and other components, to ensure a reliable production line. The use of automation within this industry enables manufacturers to produce precise amounts of products and switch to making other items on the same production line, rather than continuously producing just the one item.

The use of robotics enables this to be done, but has energy-efficient and cost-reducing reasons behind it as to why it should be brought into an array of other sectors. The approach of introducing automation to industry offers consistent quality, greater flexibility and control over the amount of ingredients used and produces less waste. It is an investment worth considering for many manufacturers and not in the food and beverage sector alone.

Robots have become a crucial element of complex production processes, but require cable assemblies and other robust components which can deal with the copious mechanical and physical stresses involved. Lapp provides customers with a custom built cable assembly to guarantee that 100% of your application needs will be met.

If you would like to find out more information on services Lapp offer and their involvement within this sector, then please contact them on 020 8758 7800 or email them at: