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FAO global food prices graph

Food Price Highs and Food Price Lows

Maintaining Profitability, Sustainability and Competitiveness in Food Manufacture Food prices go up and down. They always have done. But when they hit major highs or major lows, it can cause food manufacturers serious problems. This article looks at recent food price measurements and why pigging systems for the food industry are used by many companies

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zero waste week

Zero Waste Week

Helping Us All with Sustainability This week is Zero Waste Week. If you haven’t heard of it before, Zero Waste Week is an annual campaign committed to reducing landfill. Its key aims are to help everyone in our communities, including individuals, businesses and groups, to do more to lower the amount of stuff we throw

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HPS Golf Day

HPS Golf Day 2016

Posted in on 25th August 2016

Come Rain or Shine…. In between designing, implementing and supporting world-class hygienic pigging systems, it’s important to wind down and have some fun outside of work now and again. So, HPS recently had a golf tournament. The tournament took place at Morley Hayes golf course in the heart of the UK. Around sixteen HPS staff

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pig moving through a pipe

Scrapers, Moles, Cleaners and Go Devils

Posted in on 24th August 2016

What Else Can You Call a Pipeline Pig? While there are many people in the process and utility industries that know exactly what ‘pigging’ is, it’s certainly not a well-known term. In fact, one of the most common questions we’re asked by people outside of the business is what it means. What’s more, the ‘what

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Pigging System Demonstration Facility

New Pigging System Demo Lab

Posted in on 11th August 2016

Our New Pigging System Demonstration Facility is Taking Shape! Over the past few weeks, we’ve been building a brand new pigging system demonstration facility. Housed at our headquarters in Nottingham, UK, the new, purpose-built demo room means that anyone that’s interested in pigging and product recovery can see, at first-hand, a live system in action. Increasing

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