Animal nutrition

The french Petfood industry is today the first industry of agri-business, ahead of fertilisers and phyto-sanitary products and the third industry of agri-food sector, after milk and meat.

Either in the feeding of poultry or pigs (production animals), in fish feeding production (fish meal, animals protein derived...) or in nutritional components production for pets or in animal waste recovery, industries of this sector have enriched themselves with main advanced technologies while ensuring that regulatory, sanitory and environmental requirements  were strictly respected.

Animal nutrition

Traceability and Genealogy

Animal nutrition’s sector, in a modernisation phase, is therefore characterised by stringent requirements in traceability, similar to those in pharmaceutical sector.
However, cost contraints are critical and applied solutions have to ensure manufacturing execution, traceability, products genealogy with an affordable budget for production facilities which have  highly variable automation size and level.
With a real adaptability, a manufacturing execution system (MES) is the flexible tool, essential to manufacturers for meeting specifically expectations.

Thanks to COOX Platform from ORDINAL Software, regulatory and environmental requirements of animal nutrition and animal waste recovery  are strictly respected, while  managing follow-up and processes of manufacturing.

• Display and control from any point in the Intranet
• Automatic generation of navigation between the views
• Physical or geographical tree structure of equipment
• Object approach and customizable ergonomy
• Historization of alarms, measurements and recipe records in standard database
• Supports all automatic control system protocols (Schneider, Siemens, Rockwell, OPC, Applicom,  TCP/Modbus, all communications via TCP/IP and OPC
• Graphic modeling of the process without computer knowledge
• Detailed planning of production orders
• Traceability of set values and real values, batch folder
• Bottom-up and top-down product traceability (genealogy)
• Automatic traceability and presentation of results in man-made or detailed form
• Modeling of material containers and transfers
• Display of flows in tree-structure
• Follow-up of raw material and product workshop stocks
• Operation from any point in tne Intranet network
• FDA 21 CFR11 requirements
• Quality rate
• Mean time between failures (MTBF)
• Mean time to repair (MTTR)
• Customized indicators