Food manufacturers in the U.S. are gradually adopting automation in production plants, but as interested and investment in automatically controlled equipment increases, many companies are apparently facing a shortage of skilled labor that can work in tandem with the advanced technology. In 2016, 49% of U.S. food manufacturers responding to a survey said they improved their training to boost employee engament. Three quarters of the industry said equipment upgrades and skills training for both operators and supervisors is neccessary to increase productivity in the same report. Find out how companies are turning to the implemenation of training programs as technology moves forward and the Baby Boomer generation prepares to retire in Powder & Bulk Solids' look at the impact of automation on the food manufacturing workforce.
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