Advisor capacity on numerous operational issues
LBP were commissioned By SPB to advise on numerous operational issues regarding the new pig slaughter facility recently commissioned at one of the Morrisons site.
LBP were to give expert witness advise on the issues currently being experienced at the site and make recommendations for remedial action.
Installation of new sheep line and ritual turn over restrainers, with operator training for fat tailed sheep
LBP were commissioned in the initial design stages of the ritual turn over restrainers and then the installation and training of existing staff on the new methods of operation.
We have also been looking at a large-scale boning and packing operation for the plant once it reaches full capacity.
Removal of existing chiller rail and steel work in numerous locations to enable new refrigeration to be fitted then reinstallation of steel and rail systems.
This was completed in numerous areas throughout the plant under strict time schedules as not to interrupt production.
Reuse and rework existing equipment for installation on another Tulip site
Removal from an existing plant and reworking and installation of an automated unloading and refrigeration rail system, for the transportation of pork primal cuts to the boning and fridge areas.
Installation and training of staff on a new 250 per hour sheep slaughter line
LBP were Instrumental in the design of the new sheep line facilities and the installation and training of the current staff in the new operating methods following commissioning.
New 1500 per day Automated cattle line and transfer conveyors to fridges and through boning rooms in stainless steel
LBP were commissioned by the Client to evaluate the current production line system which had only been in place for 5 years and recommend alternatives which would alleviate the current issues they were experiencing.