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Posts written by Matt Hale

Matt is a graduate of the Ashridge Business Schools’ Sales and Marketing program has over 30 years’ experience in process engineering in all the sectors HRS are active in, he started in CAD design but soon found a taste for sales and marketing. He has held several managerial positions in a multinational company within related industries.

The Importance of Product Identity in Heat Exchanger Specification – PART 1

April 5, 2022 | Categories: Food - Opinion Piece by

When it comes to choosing the right heat exchanger, the biggest factor is the nature of the materials being processed and the client’s requirements for the finished product – something that we at HRS refer …

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Reducing DOWNTIME with heat exchangers

March 22, 2022 | Categories: Food - Opinion Piece by

The concept of Lean production, as developed by Japanese motor manufacturers such as Toyota, is now well established across a range of industries. According to the theory of lean manufacturing, anything which does not increase …

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Exploring the Growth of Plant-based Milk

March 8, 2022 | Categories: Food - Opinion Piece by

Plant-based milk market now accounts for around 10% of the total milk market, and the growing number of consumers of plant-based milks have more choice than ever before. There are many reasons for the popularity …

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HRS comments on Bioenergy Policy Statement

February 22, 2022 | Categories: Food - Opinion Piece by

HRS welcomes the recent publication of the Biomass Policy Statement¹ by the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy and hope that the forthcoming Biomass Strategy which is planned for 2022 will expand further on …

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Remote Commissioning will Continue after Covid

February 8, 2022 | Categories: Food - Opinion Piece by

The Covid-19 pandemic has had huge effects on economies around the world. Businesses have adapted to these challenges in numerous ways, changing working procedures, stockpiling goods and working remotely where possible. Restrictions on global travel …

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Canada Ready to Unleash Power of Biogas

January 25, 2022 | Categories: Food - Opinion Piece by

The news that Canada saw a 50% increase in operational biogas capacity over the last decade is great news for both the economy and the environment, as is the strong outlook for future development contained …

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