Breconcherry, the UK-based tank washing equipment and CIP system design and manufacture company, has said that it will continue to sponsor the European Hygienic Engineering and Design Group (EHEDG).
EHEDG has become a familiar name for many in the food industry. Although the EHEDG says that its main goal is and remains the "provision of guidance on the hygienic engineering aspects of manufacturing of safe and wholesome food", the group says that it now wants to branch out to cover wider interests and issues in the hygienic engineering area, specifically within issues related to the food and drink industry.
"We are the leaders in the design and manufacture of CIP systems," said Ian Williams-Wynn, European manager for Breconcherry. "We are increasingly aware of the vital importance of product safety, especially in the food and beverage industry. We are constantly updating our product designs, making our products more in line with European best practice. The EHEDG provides the network that will allow us to recognise the needs of our industry and customers."
Ian Williams-Wynn was also recently presented with the EHEDG 2003 Plaque by Madame Pascale Chosson. "This is a special moment for Breconcherry," he said. "Because of our long standing involvement with the food and beverage industry, we value greatly our partnership with the EHEDG. This is a step closer to safer processing methods for the food industry in particular and for the hygienic engineering in general."
Based in Herefordshire, UK, Breconcherry is a global leader in the design and manufacture of tank cleaners, sprayheads, sprayballs and spinners for cleaning in place (cip) applications in industries where hygiene is an imperative.