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Today's Food Processing industry has been transformed with the latest advances in technology. It's miles ahead of where it was even ten years ago. For the most part, it's been for the better. Factories that benefit from automation with many automatic production lines like canned food production linecanned fish production linecanned fruit procution line can improve productivity and operational efficiency.

When things go wrong, newer factories have also benefited from improved traceability. It makes recalling batches of products easier. Instead of recalling an entire month's worth of products, sometimes only a week's batch needs to be recalled. Updates in traceability systems have also led to vast improvements in key operations. A manufacturer can identify weak points faster and work on them before they cause any major issues.

Automation has also eliminated a lot of manual tasks that used to be associated with food processing. In other words, it's the machines that are doing all of the heavy lifting, not us. There's less need for workers to carry out back-breaking manual handling tasks. There's less of a physical strain on workers so the likelihood of OHS issues arising also decreases.

One of the many deterrents for food processors choosing automation is the cost. It can cost millions to automate even one step of food production. What a lot of food processors don't understand is how much they're already losing out on. Speeding up production can increase profitability. With fewer OHS issues to worry about, a food processor can reduce the costs of maintaining a workforce. Less manual handling tasks can lead to fewer incidents and lower insurance premiums. This is also an important part of your plant's Risk management Strategy.