The global demand for food has never been greater. To satisfy more mouths and ever evolving consumer tastes, game changing advances in food production are required.
Designing, implementing and automating engineering solutions for over 20 years, we have built a unique team comprising of automation, design, mechanical and product development specialists that allows us to cover most systems that are utilised in a food manufacturing facility.
Working collaboratively allows us to combine the skills and knowledge of stake holders to deliver real advances in food processing. The key to a partnership delivering is trust and ensuring all the stake holders benefit from the advances.
OAL is committed to bringing about these advances though programs of holistic innovation across four connected themes. Since 2012 we have accelerated our investment in R&D in excess of 8.2% of turnover to innovate food production systems and technologies.
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