Efficiency stepped up at Bournville facility

July 2012
Packaging News;Jul2012, p44
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the installation of robot distribution system at Cadbury PLC's facility in Bournville, England. It mentions that Cadbury's owner Kraft Foods UK Ltd. introduced the project which was designed by robotic systems provider company CKF Systems. David Moreton, project manager at Kraft Foods, says that the project has achieved its aim as the distribution system works faster, robustly and requires minimal maintenance.


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