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2017 Trends Shaping Meat, Poultry and Seafood

  • ID: 4602340
  • Report
  • 60 pages
  • PMMI
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The 2017 Trends Shaping Meat, Poultry, and Seafood Market Segment Report focuses on the operational changes and future equipment needs in the processing and packaging of meat, poultry, and seafood products.

Categories represented include fresh, frozen, canned, deli, ready- to-eat (RTE), individual quick frozen (IQF), and preserved.

The report analyzes intelligence from the experiences and opinions of professionals in manufacturing, operations, engineering, maintenance, processing, packaging, senior management, and procurement.

The meat, poultry, and seafood industries often compete for consumer attention, yet share many of the same operating challenges. One of the top concerns across all three industries is sanitation and product contamination.

With increasingly complex regulations, as well as a general lack of qualified labor, the difficulty of ensuring proper sanitation compliance is compounded.

Globally, the meat industry has seen steady gains as new markets open that previously did not have regular access to meat. A growing middle class in developing countries, the expansion of food safety regulations, and an increasingly global trade network have allowed consumers in developing markets to more regularly incorporate meat into their diet.

On a global level, poultry has seen similar gains to meat, as developing countries adopt poultry more regularly into their diets.

There are shifting global perceptions regarding seafood that are poised to benefit the industry. Origin naming, such as Alaskan Cod and Norwegian Salmon, along with updated packaging, have helped revive seafood’s image as fresh and healthy.

Over Half of Companies Say Labor is the Most Costly Element of Manufacturing

Labor, as well as all the costs associated with managing a workforce, is one of the biggest expenses in manufacturing operations. Companies are seeking to reduce labor requirements through automation, while also providing a safer workplace to their employees. Many companies continue to explore increasing levels of automation as a possible solution to labor sourcing issues.
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1.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
  • Increasing Automation
  • The Meat, Poultry, and Seafood Markets
  • Top of Mind Trends
  • U.S. Value of Shipments
  • Opportunities for OEMs
  • Growth Trends by Market Segment
  • What You’ll Learn in the Full Report
2.0 OPERATIONAL IMPROVEMENTS
  • Operational Growth Driving Change
  • Automation Advancement
  • Measuring OEE and TCO
3.0 FUTURE EQUIPMENT NEEDS
  • Capital Spending Predicted to Increase
  • Top Attributes When Evaluating Machinery
  • Customized Equipment
  • Technology Improvements
  • Recommended Machinery Functionality
4.0 SANITATION AND REGULATIONS
  • Sanitary Specifications
  • Greatest Challenges in Sanitation Practices
  • Hygienic Machine Demand
  • CIP (Clean-in-Place)
  • Regulations
  • Antimicrobial Coatings
5.0 CHANGES IN PACKAGING, MATERIALS, SHELF

6.0 LIFE TECHNOLOGY, AND PRODUCT INNOVATION
  • Changing Packaging Styles
  • Extending Shelf Life
  • Use of HPP (High Pressure Processing)
  • Film Improvements
  • Overview of Each Market Segment
7.0 WHAT’S AHEAD
  • Most Critical Concerns
  • Opportunities for the OEM
8.0 APPENDIX
  • Appendix A - Highest Ranked States by Industry
  • Appendix B - Industry Participants
  • Appendix C - References and Sources
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