With the food and drink industry facing a raft of post-COVID challenges, it has never been more important to have a clear strategy, embrace change and use digital technology to drive operational excellence and improved productivity.
If you are ready to leverage the full potential of current and emerging technologies to improve industry competitiveness in an uncertain digital world and, would like an opportunity to hear from and discuss such challenges with your peers on their experiences and how they intend to move forward in a post COVID world – then this is a must attend event!
Join us for a shared learning session with some of the biggest names in the food and drink industry.
Facilitated by Joe Pacitti, Managing Director, CeeD Scotland, our panel of senior industry leaders will be sharing their experiences of navigating the pandemic, whilst also offering some fascinating insights on their challenges and plans for a post lockdown world.
The panelists will be joined by subject matter experts from Bridgeall and Elite Controls, both leading providers in manufacturing technologies who will offer their insights to the role and use of technology and innovation to plan, recover and come back stronger in a very different world.
• Joe Pacitti, Managing Director, CeeD Scotland
• Malcolm Smith, CIO, Tennent’s (C&C Group)
• Mark Hilson, Head of IT and Business Systems, Whyte and Mackay
• Graeme McLean, SharePoint Practice Lead, Bridgeall
• Brian Sneddon, Operations Director, Elite Controls
The event can be booked on the Eventbrite link here;
As part of their annual standard assessments, Elite Controls once again were due for an ISO9001 audit.
The objective of the BSI assessment was to verify that all elements of the management standards are being effectively addressed. The quality system should demonstrate the ability to support the achievement of statutory, regulatory and contractual requirements for the organization’s specified objectives. It must also confirm the ongoing achievement and suitability of the company strategic plan, identifying where applicable potential areas for improvement of the management system.
The company quality management system was verified as implementing relevant policies, processes, procedures, controls, standards, guidelines, organizational structures and supporting technology. This process also effectively demonstrated the company’s ability to consistently provide products and services to meet their customer’s needs, alongside any pertinent statutory and regulatory requirements.
For the 2nd successive year Elite passed the BSI audit with no non-conformances and no recommendations.
A huge well done to all of the team and a fantastic result from Elite!
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Our latest industry event is now live! Elite Control Systems have teamed up with Bridgeall for a shared learning session around leveraging technologies and coming back stronger post-Covid.
Led by Joe Pacitti, Managing Director, CeeD (Centre for Engineering, Education and Development), we will be joined by senior panellists from Whyte & Mackay and C&C Group, who will be sharing valuable insights into navigating the pandemic and their plans for the future.
This event is not to be missed. Book your space here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/coming-back-stronger-food-and-drink-technology-roundtable-tickets-145683674793
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The Elite team wish you all the best for the Easter Holidays!
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Looks like the Elite Easter Bunny this year is slightly ahead of schedule with deliveries and collections going to plan.
Happy Easter from all of us at Elite!
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Following an incident occurring at a Tank Farm of one of Elite’s key clients, it was highlighted that their whisky supply system can be left unattended during specific times (lunch break/night shift/weekends).
During these periods, it was discovered that a high risk of missing critical alarms is present. Our client required a solution to alert key personnel of the plant immediately when any of the critical alarms is active.
The Elite proposed solution involved the use of a cost-effective, secure, remote connection to read the alarms from the existing Siemens S7-400 PLC. The system had to work independently from the client’s main SCADA system and if an alarm was detected, an SMS text message had to be sent to both the C&E Engineer and the Engineering Manager.
Due to the critical nature of the plant operation, this work had to be fully implemented with no impact to the plant operations.
As a result of the successful implementation of this project, our customer now has a robust and enhanced alarm monitoring system. They can now identify situations (e.g. power cuts during weekends) where they were previously unaware that some alarms had been triggering.
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