UWIC AND LOCK ENTER FOOD TECHNOLOGY PARTNERSHIP

UWIC, LOCK INSPECTION SYSTEMS, FOOD TECHNOLOGY, METAL DETECTION, PARTNERSHIP, ZE


LOCK SPONSORS FOOD TECHNOLOGY CENTRE 

THE FOOD INDUSTRY IN THE UK is set to benefit from a new partnership between the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff’s Food Industry Centre and Lock Inspection Systems Ltd,

Lock has donated and installed a state-of-the-art metal detector in the Zero2Five Food Technology Centre at UWIC which will be used for training staff, students and graduates working in the Welsh food sector on how to detect contamination during the food manufacturing process.

The Centre was launched in 2009 to support food businesses in both a technical and operational capacity, enabling them to compete more effectively in the global market place by providing the knowledge, facilities and resources to help companies push their boundaries, achieve their goals and drive their businesses forward.

Commenting on the importance of the new partnership, Simon Taylor, Marketing & Sales Manager at Lock explained: “Lock is very excited about this relationshp. Zero2Five is a dynamic and innovative organisation and its expertise is recognised around the world. Working together in this way will create value for the business and academic community, thereby strengthening our links with the food industry in general”