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Rittal hits the road with Routeco Live 2018

Rittal hits the road with Routeco Live 2018

Rittal will again be joining Routeco Live in 2018, to showcase its renowned infrastructure solutions and demonstrate how its products and services can address specific problems faced by different industries.

This year, the Routeco shows are visiting three venues across the UK, featuring the latest industrial controls and automation products:

Tuesday 17th April - Leeds South, Village Hotel, Leeds

Thursday 19th April - Milton Keynes, Stadium MK

Thursday 3rd May - Glasgow, Hampden Park

During Routeco’s seminar programme, Rittal’s industry manager for food and beverage, Christian Westwood, will be presenting: “Eat, drink and be… How the humble enclosure can benefit end users in the Food and Beverage sector.” He will explore how manufacturers in the sector can improve production efficiency, reducing costs and ensuring a growing global population survives and prospers.

As part of his presentation, Christian will explain how, where and why electrical enclosures and cooling equipment (a seemingly small part of any production process) can make a significant contribution to maximising efficiency. This includes the impact of ‘downtime’ and how this represents the worst case scenario for plant operators.

He will also highlight why, in hygiene-critical production situations, downtimes are typically longer, and how something as seemingly simple as the choice of enclosure can have a major impact on production and output.

Rittal will be partnered at the Routeco Live events by its sister company, EPLAN, to demonstrate innovative solutions for enhanced engineering efficiency and the benefits of EPLAN Cogineer.

Visitors must pre-register to attend via email


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