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BAKERY

Bühler inaugurates Bakery Innovation Centre in Uzwil to hold conference
Thursday, 31 August, 2017, 08 : 00 AM [IST]
Uzwil
Bühler inaugurated its extended and modernised Bakery Innovation Centre (BIC) at its headquarters in Uzwil (which recently hosted the maiden German-language Bakery Expert Conference, at which expert speakers made presentations and which witnessed the presence of about 80 attendees).
 
New user trends, such as the growing demand for deep-frozen bakery goods and clean-label products, and also digitalisation, are bringing a new dynamism and new developments to the bakery industry.

Flour processing and bakery technology have been Bühler’s core competencies for decades. At its BIC, the group, for the first time ever, presented the know-how it has accumulated along the entire value chain to the bakery industry.

Spread across an area of over 1,000sq m, the Innovation Centre now also features Bühler solutions for the bakery industry, ranging from premix manufacturing to sponge dough production.

The BIC enables customers to join forces with Bühler experts in order to develop novel products together and to utilise its state-of-the-art infrastructure for practice-oriented training courses.

Cutting-edge solutions
The Innovation Centre offers Bühler customers a unique test environment equipped with the latest processing and production systems. Its modular structure allows customised technologies and plant concepts to be tested for every conceivable application.

They range from raw materials handling to processing and analysis of end products. For this purpose, it has been equipped with cutting-edge technologies and automation systems, while, at the same time, meeting the highest hygienic design standards.

The BIC provides services like the evaluation of blending qualities, sponge dough and hydration tests, proportioning and weighing trials, the automation of complete processing systems, and a raw material quality service.

Bakers’ training
The training offered by the Innovation Centre ranges from standard modules to customised, special-purpose training courses.

Since the start of its training services for the bakery industry, Bühler has offered continuing education courses to more than 2,000 customers in 250 training courses.

For customer tests and continuing education, Bühler can rely on experts who have accumulated decades of experience.

“With the BIC, our employees can be optimally trained on new technologies. Once we are in full operation, this just cannot be done on-site,” said Hubert Schneider von Resch and Frisch Production GmbH.

Bühler Bakery Expert Meeting
“The industry is changing. This Expert Meeting was a great opportunity to stay up to date with the latest technologies and trends,” stated Eva Pahnl von Pfahnl Backmittel GmbH.
 
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