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Cheese Expo 2020

Visit Enerquip at Booth # 1147!

Cheese Expo 2020

by | Mar 9, 2020

Enerquip will be attending CheeseExpo again this year (formerly International Cheese Technology Expo). CheeseExpo is set for April 14–16, 2020 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It is North America’s largest cheese, butter, and whey processing expo, co-hosted by Center for Dairy Research and Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association.

“CheeseExpo will bring more than 4,000 industry professionals together in one place – offering unparalleled opportunities to network and learn,” said Judy Keller, WCMA Events Director. The expo features impactful seminars, lively events, and its largest-ever exhibition hall, featuring the industry’s leading suppliers. Enerquip will be among the exhibitors. Make sure to stop by for a visit with Sue Rhyner and Will McCarron at the Enerquip Booth #1147.

CheeseExpo Opportunities for Dairy Professionals

CheeseExpo offers a wide variety of seminars focusing on the hottest topics in the industry, with this year’s slate focusing on global marketing, cheese quality, milk pricing, and more. A Long-Range Vision for Dairy is the focus of the Relco Opening Keynote, where dairy leaders and disrupters will offer a long-range look at the future of the industry. Panelists include Secretary Tom Vilsack, President & CEO of U.S. Dairy Export Council and Ryan Pandya, CEO of Perfect Day.

On Thursday, April 16, WCMA is hosting the seminar:  Water Reuse, Recycling and Conservation in Dairy Plants. Water conservation and reuse is great for the environment, conserving costs, and reducing outflow to wastewater treatment systems. Experts will offer advice as dairy processors large and small adopt water conservation goals. A few of the topics and speakers include:

  • Regulatory Clarity on Water Recycling and Reuse in Dairy Plants presented by Tim Anderson, Dairy Section Chief, Division of Food and Recreational Safety, Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection
  • Processor Perspective on Benefits of Water Conservation presented by Pat Cardiff, Senior Environmental Manager, Grande Cheese Company
  • Reclamation, Reuse of Water from Dairy Plant Wastewater Streams, Evoqua speaker invited
  • Sustainability Gains with Financial Payback – Developing a Holistic Roadmap for Water Conservation and Reuse in your Operation presented by Brett Robison, Strategic Business Leader and Kody Phillis, Industry Consultant, Food & Beverage, U.S. Water
  • Managing Water Streams to Reduce Wastewater Treatment Volumes presented by Jeff VanVoorhis, VP Symbiont

The Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy is hosting another interesting session focusing on pathogen control in dairy plants. In this session, they will share the latest guidance on pathogen controls for cheese and whey manufacturing plants including a deeper dive into food safety practices for brine systems.

 An important component of preventing bacteria and other pathogens from infiltrating your product and putting your customers’ health at risk is using the correct pasteurization and processing methods and equipment. Stainless steel shell and tube heat exchangers with polished surfaces are more resistant to fouling and contaminants. Enerquip’s engineers are well-versed in designing heat exchangers with 3-A certification, which means they meet a strict set of standards created for the dairy industry.

Visit Enerquip at Booth 1147

We hope you plan to attend CheeseExpo and welcome you to stop by our display at booth 1147. Our Enerquip heat exchanger experts are happy to discuss the many ways a stainless-steel shell and tube heat exchanger can benefit your operation.

We have off-the-shelf models that suit many applications, but our heat exchanger experts are also excellent problem-solvers who can design custom models to fit your unique needs. If you’re not able to attend the show, don’t worry; you can still get in touch with us to discuss custom designs for your cheese or dairy facility.

We look forward to seeing you at Enerquip Booth #1147.


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