Wenger Manufacturing will host its annual three-day Pet Food Processing Technology Seminar on September 9–11, 2014, in Sabetha, Kansas.
The course, which includes both classroom and hands-on training, will be held at Wenger Technical Center, and is open to all plant management, operations and maintenance personnel involved in the petfood industry. It will offer an “Operations” and a “Maintenance” track.
In addition, Wenger will offer an Advanced Pet Food Processing Technology Seminar for R&D and engineering personnel on September 16–18, 2014. The course, which will also be held at Wenger Technical Center, is tailored for those with an engineering and/or food science background. Offering these multiple curriculum tracks allows the course material to cover topics in greater depth and give attendees access to more information that is specific to their individual jobs and fields of interest, according to organizers.
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