Philip Hancock

Philip Hancock is the Sales Engineer at PPO. In his role, he interacts with both the PPO team and the customer to integrate PPO’s Smart Imaging System into plant operations during installation and commissioning. Philip also assists the Sales Team in presenting the system to various customers and with site visits to help determine the best locations within facilities to achieve the greatest impact. Prior to PPO, Philip spent 25+ years in various capacities in the food industry, with an emphasis on proteins. After spending time in the production environment, Philip held roles in marketing, project management, new product innovation and new product commercialization. Philip holds a patent for a “System for Smoking Food” and was the recipient of the prestigious Achievers Circle award from Cargill. Outside of PPO, Philip is an avid outdoor enthusiast and an accomplished chef. Philip has his Bachelor of Science, Business Administration, Management and Operations from Wichita State University. Learn more about Philip here: https://ppo.ca/people-at-ppo-philip-hancock-sales-engineer/

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Three Foreign Material Detection Stories From the Meat Processing Plant

What’s a word that springs to mind when you think about the issue of foreign materials in meat processing? Unintentional and problematic top the list, but inevitable could easily fit in there too. That’s because the materials that lead to contamination on the processing line – including wood pallets, cardboard combos, plastic liners, disposable gloves …

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Four Foreign Material Detection ROI Success Stories

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