Traceability in Food Manufacturing Seminar - METTLER TOLEDO
Seminar Training

Traceability in Food Manufacturing Seminar

Seminar Training

Traceability allows food businesses to target products affected by a food safety problem. It is important for all food businesses to be able to trace products through all stages of production, processing and distribution. Traceability means that movements can be traced one step backwards and one step forward at any point in the supply chain.

This course provides you with an understanding of the software solutions available to achieve traceability along with your weighing and product inspection equipment. 



  • Overview of Traceability Solutions, from Manual Data Recording to Compliant-Networked Solutions
  • Controlling Food Quality with Basic and Complec Software
  • Data Monitoring and capture for product Inspection Equipent (Checkweighers , Metal Detectors , X-ray, Vision Inspection)


What Can You Learn / Benefit

  • Choosing the right software to achieve accuracy during formulation and maximise yield by human errors & material wastage elimination
  • Complete process transparency with electronically documented reporting for full track and trace quality checks
  • Adherence to global food safety standards as well as full compliance with 21 CFR Part 11 for pharmaceutical and nutraceutical industries

    Who Should Attend 

    Professionals from Engineering, Quality Assurance,Maintenance & Production, who are involved in the implementation, operation and maintenance of Food Safety production equipment & processes
Traceability in Food Manufacturing Seminar
Friday, 3 July 2020
28 Ayer Rajah Crescent, #01-02A Singapore 139959
Time: 9AM-1PM

Who Should Attend

Professionals involved in the design, operation and maintenance of a Food Safety production equipment or process from Engineering & Design, Quality Assurance, Maintenance and Production

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