OAL Connected WINS Food Processing Award

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We are thrilled to announce that our “Internet of things” based software OAL Connected has won an award for Continuous Improvement at The Food Processing Awards (in association with Festo) on 19th October at the Malmaison Birmingham. Our OAL Connected software has helped a number of companies such as Bakkavor and Ichiban improve their compliance with industry codes of practice and optimise the productivity of their factories. Read the case studies about their OAL Connected experience here.

We were also pleased to be shortlisted in the Robotics and Automation category with OAL’s Autocoding system.

Both categories were exceedingly competitive but we are delighted that OAL Connected won over the panel of food manufacturing industry experts and leaders to win the award for Continuous Improvement. Like any award, it really reflects the hard work that has gone into making this fantastic product such a success. Wayne Johnson, Autocoding Manager and Gary Homewood OAL Connected Manager collected the award.

 OAL team with award

OAL team with award

In brief, OAL Connected is an all-in-one software package for food manufacturing safety, traceability, performance, productivity, recipe management, packaging, and date security and ERP validation.

It creates a simple, connected automation solution for food manufacturers aiming to help compliance with codes of practice and boost productivity at the same time as removing paperwork and increasing control.

Bakkavor Caledonian’s David Cornwallis, Logistics Manager who have our OAL Connected software installed in their factory states: “I would rate this as my simplest implementation and yet it has also been one of the most effective. Over a 7 year period we have had no issues which could be attributed to the system”.

For more information about OAL Connected and our Autocoding systems, click here where you will find all the latest information, case studies and white papers explaining more about this innovative “internet of things” based software.