During Gulfood Manufacturing 2014, Flowcrete Middle East will be demonstrating how its antimicrobial flooring system can help the region’s food and beverage industry meet standards such as the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) system.
**UPDATE: Flowcrete Middle East will be located at stand A2-47 in Hall 2**
A recent World Bank estimate stated that the MENA food market could be worth up to USD1 trn by 2030. As the sector grows it is important that food production facilities invest in the right technology, in order to operate efficiently and according to the relevant guidelines.
To facilitate this process Gulfood Manufacturing has created an environment where boardroom heads and manufacturing experts can come together with over 1,000 industry suppliers.
HACCP rules state the need for strong floors that can “withstand a high pressure of work”, as floors that are not able to endure the on-site conditions will eventually fail, leading to cracks, splits or gaps that are difficult to clean and in which pathogens can thrive.
To ensure that Flowcrete is at the forefront of hygienic technology, it has developed its Flowfresh system with antimicrobial technology experts Polygiene®. This innovative formulation means a Flowfresh floor is able to inhibit the growth of bacteria on a surface by up to 99.9%.
To find out what benefits Flowcrete Middle East’s systems can provide for a particular facility, whether it requires standing up to an abusive environment, overcoming a challenging substrate or enhancing working conditions, talk to the company’s team at Gulfood Manufacturing.
From 9-11 November, attendees to the Dubai World Trade Centre will be able to talk to Flowcrete Middle East, on stand A2-47 in Hall 2, about how the resin flooring specialist’s systems can help food producers ensure that a facility’s floor adheres to the strict HACCP standards.