Oriental Motor’s Paul Jepson makes guest appearances on That Engineering Chat podcasts
15 October 2020
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Oriental Motor’s Paul Jepson makes two guest appearances: discussing business during COVID times and in a second podcast, the use of motors and actuators in the food automation industry.
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In two separate podcasts, Oriental Motor’s New Business Analyst, Paul Jepson is a guest. In the first podcast, he assesses how the pandemic has affected the international supply chain and the steps taken to make sure customers are still able to design and create systems within tight timeframes.
Technology has been put to good use to support many business relationships during the COVID pandemic and Paul explains Oriental Motor’s customer support, delivery times and the accelerated uptake of automation and robotics.
The second Engineering Chat continues with automation and sees Paul focus on the food packaging industry – in particular the role of different motors and actuators in this competitive industry. They have to meet high standards for safety, hygiene and efficiency, be adaptable and operating in sometimes extreme environments.
As consumer demand for ever-more sophisticated cuisine grows, the industry has responded with efficient, flexible systems. This episode tracks the food’s journey and the choice behind the motors used at the different stages.
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