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vanilla scoop and shortages

Vanilla Shortage – What’s Causing the Shortage and What Can Manufacturers Do?

Posted in on 2nd October 2018

Why is One of World’s Most Popular Flavours Becoming Scarce? Vanilla is one of the world’s most popular flavours. It’s an important component in many different products ranging from ice cream, dairy products and baked goods to perfume, body butters and creams. But, it is getting harder to find and more expensive. In fact, vanilla

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Recycle Week 2018 – Reduce, Reuse and Recycle

Posted in on 28th September 2018

Recycling and Protecting the Environment This week (September 24 – 30) in the UK is Recycle Week, which is a national event dedicated to reminding UK citizens the importance of recycling and protecting the environment. Now in its 15th year, the theme for this year’s event is ‘Recycling. We do. Because it matters.’ Recycle Week is

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benefits of pigging video

Benefits of Hygienic (Sanitary) Pigging Systems – New Video

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New Video – Benefits of Pigging Systems We’ve recently released a new video, which highlights some of the key reasons why an increasing number of companies are implementing pipeline pigging systems into their manufacturing operations. The video also includes some real-life examples of how our solutions benefit our customers. As an example, HPS recently implemented

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HPS Pigging Insights

HPS Pigging Insights 2018

Posted in on 18th September 2018

Process Pigging Experts Gather from the UK, US and Australia In addition to providing high-quality products and a comprehensive range of pigging services, our continued focus is on delivering excellent customer service and technical expertise. To ensure we are the best at all we do, HPS organises a conference each year for all the Sales

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The Pharmaceutical industry and the Growing Importance of Sustainability

Posted in on 24th August 2018

Increasing Focus on Sustainability The world’s population is predicted to exceed 9 billion by 2050, with growth in developing economies expected to triple global resource consumption, according to United Nations. As such, this puts increasing pressure on process industries, such as food, beverages, personal care, pharmaceuticals plus many more, who will be forced to compete

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