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Chr. Hansen Selects Wonderware
LAKE FOREST, Calif., April 3, 2009 -- Wonderware, a business unit of Invensys, today announced that Chr. Hansen, one of the world's leading producers of ingredients for food, pharmaceutical, nutritional and agricultural industries, has selected Wonderware software to manage operations at its facilities worldwide.
The Denmark-based company plans to deploy the Wonderware Manufacturing Execution System (MES) and Enterprise Manufacturing Intelligence (EMI) solutions.
With ArchestrA technology, the company will be able to propagate its application across multiple manufacturing sites. Working in conjunction with ArchestrA technology, the Wonderware MES solution features a comprehensive set of applications designed for consistent and effective execution of operational activities, from product track-and-trace through enterprise integration. The Wonderware EMI solution features the ability to analyze its overall operational performance using data analysis and reporting tools.
Chr. Hansen plans to install the Wonderware solutions at its worldwide facilities located in Denmark, France, Germany and the U.S. The first implementation will begin in September 2009 at its plant in Avedøre, Denmark.
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