Big-Picture Planning, High-Level Collaboration
Shutting down older plants and expanding newer facilities can save costs by consolidating management and labor, driven by aging facilities and increased capacity needs. Plant expansion projects must address factors like hygienic design, automation, visibility, and energy efficiency. Compliance with sanitation regulations often requires facility expansion. A collaborative team environment and defined project scope are crucial. Maintaining production during expansion involves careful planning to prevent contamination. Upgrading utilities and employing laser scanning for accurate planning are essential. Packaging advancements cater to consumer preferences. Successful projects rely on open communication and trust among partners.