Clean-in-Place Guidelines for Consumer Products Manufacturers

Clean-in-Place (CIP) is widely used in the production of products such as food, dairy, beverages, cosmetics, personal care, pharmaceutical, nutraceuticals, pet food and bio-tech to remove soil from product contact surfaces without disassembly by circulating, spraying or flowing chemical solutions onto and over the surfaces in the processing configuration. The OpX Leadership Network has developed Clean-in-Place Guidelines for Consumer Products Manufacturers, outlining generic definitions, equipment considerations, best practices and protocols for CIP that can be leveraged across multiple process lines to drive improved operations, product quality, consumer safety and sustainability results.
Released Autumn 2017
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Are you One Voice Ready for Hygienic Equipment Design for Low-Moisture Foods?

When it comes to hygienic equipment design for low-moisture foods manufacturing, CPGs and OEMs are collaborating more than ever to improve operations. Find out how the OpX Leadership Network’s One Voice approach to Hygienic Equipment Design for Low-Moisture Foods is improving companies’ Joint Collaboration Process and Risk Assessment capabilities and their equipment design criteria. In this webinar, you’ll learn:

•  Three critical components of hygienic equipment design,
•  How to implement hygienic equipment design for low-moisture food manufac-turing, and
•  How to get One Voice Ready in order to help both CPGs and OEMs get on the same page when it comes to hygienic equipment design for low-moisture foods.

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