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chocolate production

Can HPS ‘Pig’ your Product?

Products and Industries which use Pigging Technology Pigging technology has many benefits. It’s primary function is to recover or remove residual product that remains in the line after transfer from one location to another. The innovative and highly-effective technology is witnessing a surge in demand among businesses that process or pump liquids. This includes industries such

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HPS Bike Week 2017

HPS Gears Up for National Bike Week!

Posted in on 1st June 2017

Bike Week 2017 – Be Part of it! We’re excited to announce that HPS are taking part in Bike Week 2017. The event will kick off on Monday 12th June and will finish on Friday 16th June, and will involve HPS staff members cycling to and from work.  A link to the HPS event can

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Sustainability at HPS

Posted in on 26th May 2017

Role of Small and Medium Sized Enterprises Sustainability is no longer just a corporate buzzword. It has become a key item in the business agenda of many companies. Often when you think of the contribution of businesses to the broader sustainability agenda, naturally thoughts are of large multinational companies. However, while public pressure and media

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pet food industry

Clean Label Food Trend and the Pet Food Industry

Posted in on 19th May 2017

Pet Foods Trends The humanisation and the premiumisation of pet food continue to be major drivers of growth and innovation in the pet food industry. These key trends have led to an explosion of product offerings that largely mirror the trends that dominate human food. This includes trendy ‘good-for-you’ ingredients, such as blueberries, kale, chia,

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pigging infographic

Infographic: The Do’s and Don’ts of Process Pigging

Getting Pigging Right Product recovery (or pigging) systems are becoming more and more widespread among businesses that process liquids. The basic purpose of this innovative technology is to recover usable, residual product from pipelines which would otherwise be wasted. This maximises product yield, and at the same time decreases waste. Do’s and Don’ts of Pigging

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