Innovation center launched by Siemens in Brazil
Brazilian meat industry has now a technological support to increase the productivity of its livestock. Siemens has launched an innovation center in Sao Paolo to support meat production processes, with a special focus on beef.
Meat Competence Center will develop solutions using the input from research and development areas of other company units throughout the world. According to Siemens, the competence center will develop technologies that will also be used as a global benchmark for the sector.
This year, Brazil's beef exports are expected to reach 2 million tonnes and Siemens initiative is directly related to the country's role as a key industry player. Siemens sees great potential in the growth of the Brazilian meat industry, both internally and abroad, and has specific solutions to help companies adapt to international quality and efficiency requirements," says José Borges Frias, Director of Strategic Marketing and Business Excellence from Siemens Digital Division in Brazil.
Meat Competence Center will also have cells in the Brazilian states of Santa Catarina, Paraná, Mato Grosso and Mato Grosso do Sul, given their relevance in meat production, informs ZD Net.
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