Danish cheese factory

Invensys APV is to undertake a multi-million Danish Kroner contract to build a new cheese production plant at the Them Co-operative Dairy in Silkeborg, Denmark. When production begins on 1 October 2004, the 1000m2 plant will be capable of manufacturing over 14 tonnes of cheese per day, including the local speciality cheese known as Faetter Kras. The new plant will also help decrease wastewater treatment costs by reducing the effluent discharge from the cooling of cheeses. The dairy’s original cheese plant suffered from a lack of space that led to poor working conditions, particularly because of the need for manual lifting of heavy loads during the cheese-making process.




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