Project - Arla Foods

Sector - Food & Beverage

Hoardfast for contamination control

 

  • Company: Arla Foods
  • Location: Aylesbury
  • Overview: Segregate production lines during new line installation
  • Solution: Hoardfast

 

Hoardfast partitions were installed without disrupting production

 

 

When change occurs in business it is not always easy to find innovative and versatile solutions to what may be a list of exacting and conflicting requirements. Arla Foods in Aylesbury were needing to install a new production line, but needed to ensure that current production would not be compromised in any way. It was clear that an effective means of segregating the existing lines from the new area was needed.

Westgate Global were contacted with a list of specific requirements for the project, which needed to be carefully thought about…

 

The requirements of the job were;

  • Installation of the system could not disrupt working production.
  • The solution should allow installers to move freely between the work area and outside, without coming into contact with the food production areas.
  • The system should be capable of being easily dismantled and reused, in other locations across the UK.
  • The system should be able to be reconfigured as work progressed, and to allow for adjustable access for the delivery of new equipment.

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