IFT Food Expo 2014
New Orleans Morial Convention Center
900 Convention Center Blvd.
New Orleans, LA 70130
June 22, 2014 - June 24, 2014
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM CST
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM CST
Meet color quality standards with less waste, time, and effort - Visit Booth #3017!
At this year's IFT Food Expo, Konica Minolta Sensing color experts will be demonstrating the advanced NC-1 in-line color monitoring and control system designed to continuously measure the color of products as they move down the production line. Built for precision, this high performance, high-speed system minimizes downtime and waste for manufacturers by notifying users in real-time when color inconsistencies are detected. For true closed-loop process control and optimized productivity, the NC-1 integrates with manufacturer process control systems to bring inconsistent products quickly within specification.
In addition, our experts will be demonstrating the use of high performance measurement instruments and color analysis software used to evaluate and control the color and appearance of food, beverage, and packaging products. These solutions enable users to establish and meet color quality standards with less waste, time, and effort.
If interested in having our expert measure and evaluate the color and appearance of your product, please bring a sample to Booth #3017.
Fritz Baltutat, National Sales Manager
Fritz Baltutat is the National Sales Manager for Konica Minolta Sensing’s Color & Appearance business. He has devoted his career to the field of color science and theory for over 29 years. Throughout that time, Fritz has assisted clients in solving color related issues based on his broad knowledge of industries, applications, and in-depth understanding of the company’s color measurement equipment.
Dan Randall, National Sales Manager
Dan Randall is the National Sales Manager for In-line Solutions for Konica Minolta Sensing. His extensive background in color applications and technology covers the gamut from quality control, formulation, color management, communication, imaging, and process control. His industrial experience spans the range of textiles, paints, plastics, fibers, paper, and food where he worked as a color chemist, and most recently as a technical engineer. As a sales and business professional, he applied his knowledge of color applications to the fields of color communication and color management for national and global supply chains. He has helped many well-known brands establish effective color programs with their suppliers. His present role with Konica Minolta Sensing is to provide manufacturers the ability to control the color of their products within their process lines.