IBIE will offer original sessions during the virtual event iba | 2021-02-10






the International Bakery Industry Fair (IBIE), the largest grain-based food industry trade event in the Western Hemisphere, will once again partner with iba, the trade fair for the bakery and confectionery industry based in Munich, Germany. The IBIE will offer three original on-demand training sessions as part of iba’s inaugural virtual event, iba.EXPERT CONNECTION, which takes place from March 15 to 17, 2021.

Registration is free and online exhibition opportunities are currently available.

The virtual event was developed in response to the baking industry’s immediate need for knowledge exchange, networking and business, resulting from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

“Iba’s CONNECTING EXPERTS event offers exactly what our industry needs right now: opportunities to connect, share ideas and discover inspiring innovations,” said Dennis Gunnel, President of IBIE 2022. “IBIE is proud to work with iba to bring our global community together and provide all of us with an exciting new way to grow and do business in these difficult times. “

The IBIE sessions will focus on the trends bakers need right now, sanitation and automation – three essential topics for professionals navigating the rapidly evolving grain-based food industry.

Bakery Product Manufacturing Trends: A Review of the U.S. Market

To understand how the U.S. commercial bakery industry can thrive in 2021 and beyond, it’s imperative to examine how consumers, bakers, and suppliers have responded to the impacts of COVID-19. ABA President and CEO Robb MacKie and BEMA President and CEO Kerwin Brown will discuss key US market trends that have affected the course of business in 2020 and what it means for the commercial bakery industry in the coming year.

Sanitation – Stop cleaning

This learning event will provide awareness-level training to food industry engineering, operations and food safety professionals on partnering with their cross-functional teams and external resources to minimize the impact of l remediation on your business. The process of sanitation optimization will lead to cost savings and increased capacity while reducing food security risks.

Automation – Robotic solutions for efficiency and work

The use of robotics in food production facilities is not a new concept. However, the rationale has changed with the increased need to reduce manpower on production lines, increase social distancing, and reduce the number of product contacts from production to packaging and shipping. ‘shipping. In addition, the global labor shortage in the manufacturing sector has led manufacturing companies to consider new solutions to these problems. Robotics is the modern solution. This session will examine the various applications of food manufacturing facilities.

In addition to the in-depth discussions and lectures, the IBIE will also have a booth in the virtual exhibition hall. Besides education, the three-day event will also offer plenty of international networking opportunities through an interactive video and chat system, as well as supplier presentations highlighting exhibitors’ solutions for cleanliness and cleanliness. hygiene, production technology and equipment, packaging technology, raw materials and ingredients other related categories.

iba Munich, iba’s next live event, is scheduled for October 24-28, 2021 at the Munich Exhibition Center. IBIE will be back at the Las Vegas Convention Center from September 17-21, 2022.



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