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Originally Recorded: May 16, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. ET
Speakers/Panelists: Bill Sutton, Electrical Engineer, Kollmorgen, Greg Tolentino, Product Manager/Applications Engineer, TEGAM, Inc. and Adam Fleder, President, TEGAM, Inc.
Sponsors: Kollmorgen and TEGAM, Inc.
Moderator: Kevin T. Higgins, Managing Editor, Food Processing
Join Food Processing's Managing Editor/Plant Operations Expert, Kevin Higgins, as he talks with our panelists about how manufacturers are dealing with food safety issues on their production lines.
Meet our Moderator:
Kevin T. Higgins
Kevin is a professional journalist who has written about food and beverage production since 1998. Besides on-site reporting of the processes involved in virtually every category of food manufacturing, he has written hundreds of articles on such topics as food safety, new technology, continuous improvement, worker safety, sustainable manufacturing practices and other issues of broad interest.
Meet our Panelists:
Bill Sutton is an Electrical Engineer with 25 years of programming, design, marketing, and sales experience. He received a BSEE from General Motors Institute in 1986 and a MBA from Northern Illinois University in 1995. Bill is a Certified Fluid Power Specialist for both pneumatics and hydraulics. Bill also developed solutions including software and hardware to automate HACCP activities. He provides training and support as a subject matter expert to Kollmorgen Sales, Distribution, Marketing and Engineering teams about the effects of the FDA’s Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) on end users and machine builders and about the solutions Kollmorgen can provide.
Product Manager/Application Engineer
As Product Manager and Applications Engineer at TEGAM, Greg Tolentino has helped direct the design and development of the TEGAM thermometer product line. He has worked extensively with TEGAM’s food processor customers to implement automated temperature data collection solutions tailored to their individual requirements and capacity, improving efficiency and quality while helping them meet the various regulatory requirements of the FSMA.