Pack Expo attendees will have the opportunity to gain knowledge and problem solve.

Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. (www.thermofisher.com), a leader in serving science, announces that it will be hosting a Product and Process Improvement Learning Theater during Pack Expo, Chicago, October 28-3.

Thermo Fisher will be hosting 15-minute classes on a wide variety of food and pharmaceutical packaging and food safety topics. The presentations will be held in a comfortable theater-style setting at the Thermo Scientific booth (S-1230).  

Following the presentations, attendees will have the opportunity to present their individual production or process challenges to product specialists on a one-on-one basis. Product inspection and/or food safety challenges will be assessed and solutions will be suggested.

Class topics include:
  • What you should know when purchasing a checkweigher

  • X-ray inspection: five top tips for trouble-free operation

  • Metal detectors: five top tips for trouble-free operation

  • Checkweighers: five top tips for trouble-free operation

  • In-line food analyzers: controlling costs by measuring fat and protein in ground red meat

  • In-line food analyzers: controlling costs by measuring fat and protein in fluid milk

  • Pharmaceutical: leveraging track and trace technology for process improvement

  • Packaging material quality: inbound and outbound analysis

  • Detect, recover and protect your product

  • Food Safety Modernization Act impact on foreign object detection

  • Pending e-Pedigree legislation for pharmaceuticals: integrity solutions
  All Pack Expo attendees are invited to stop by to expand their knowledge. Full session details, including expanded descriptions, class days and times, are available at: www.thermoscientific.com/packexpo2012.
Thermo Fisher also will be celebrating 65 years as a product inspection innovator at Pack Expo.  The company is inviting attendees to stop by its booth for cocktails and appetizers between         4 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Monday, October 29 and Tuesday, October 30.

For more about Thermo Scientific product inspection equipment, please visit: www.thermoscientific.com/productinspection.