Mettler-Toledo Announces Flow Wrap Applications Webinar: Expert Strategies on Enhancing Food Safety and Efficiency in Flow Wrap Packaging

Mettler-Toledo Product Inspection, a global leader in product safety technologies, is pleased to announce its upcoming webinar titled “Four Steps to Maximize Product Quality in Horizontal Flow Wrap Applications.” The webinar is scheduled for Wednesday, May 8th at 11:00am ET.

In this impactful session, attendees will hear from industry experts as they explore the challenges that food manufacturers who are packaging products in flow wraps confront. Against the backdrop of evolving packaging regulations, manufacturers grapple with intricate challenges, including packaging complexities and accelerated production, all of which can diminish crucial manufacturing time and accuracy. This webinar will explore strategies for navigating these constraints to combat rising manufacturing costs and enhance production efficiency.

Experts will discuss four key steps to optimize product quality in packaging. These steps include advanced inspection technologies such as metal detection, x-ray inspection, vision technology and checkweighing, specifically tailored to address the unique requirements of horizontal flow-wrapped production lines for high-speed applications such as snacks.

Niall McRory, Global Key Account Manager at Mettler-Toledo, will be presenting the webinar. Niall brings over 24 years’ experience and expertise in food safety. With a focus on creating global standardization of supply, he has spearheaded initiatives that have led to reduced Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and provided best-in-class product Inspection sales and service support.

“We understand the critical importance of maintaining product quality and safety in flow wrap applications, especially in the fast-paced snack industry,” says Niall McRory. “Our webinar aims to provide practical strategies and demonstrations to help manufacturers maximize efficiency and compliance in their production processes.”

The program’s main focal points include:

Production Principles and Manufacturer Needs:
Understanding the fundamental principles guiding production processes and the specific needs of manufacturers in the industry.

Product Inspection Application Along the Horizontal Flow Wrap Line:
Exploring the application of product inspection technologies throughout the horizontal flow wrap line to facilitate comprehensive quality control.

Inspection of Raw Product:
Examining the importance of inspecting raw products before they enter the packaging process to detect any contaminants or irregularities and save packaging material costs.

Inspection After Primary Packaging:
Highlighting the significance of inspecting products after primary packaging to verify packaging integrity and offer highest product quality.

Inspection After Secondary Packaging:
Discussing the necessity of inspecting products after secondary packaging for bulk goods to address any potential issues introduced during this stage.

Data Management and Service Offering:
Exploring the role of data management solutions such as ProdXTM in overseeing product inspection processes and the importance of service offerings in ensuring equipment reliability and performance.

Register here to secure your place on the webinar and to better understand how to maximize product quality in flow wrap applications or visit

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