With over 40 years of experience in the market, dei – Prozesstechnik für die Lebensmittelindustrie is the user- and solution-oriented, association-independent trade magazine for the entire food and beverage industry. Readers are investment decisionmakers of companies in the food and beverage industry as well as their suppliers and equipment suppliers in the mechanical and plant engineering sector.
dei is distinguished by full coverage of all industrial companies with more than 25 employees. Thematically, dei – Prozesstechnik für die Lebensmittelindustrie is focused on four main priorities:
• Food design
Knowledge for experts in the field
dei – Prozesstechnik für die Lebensmittelindustrie is the market-leading trade magazine for the entire food and beverage industry. Central topics are food design, production, packaging and food safety. Practical approaches and in-depth background knowledge support technical management and help to optimise the decision-making processes in companies.
dei reports in the form of application and practice-oriented articles, reports, interviews and product information on...
• Systems, equipment and components
e.g. hygienic design, explosion protection, pumps and compressors, valves and fittings, conveyor and drive technology, equipment
e.g. cooling, heating and energy technologies, bulk material handling, mixing and crushing processes, mechanical processes
e.g. food design, raw materials and additives, beverage concepts, health ingredients
• Measuring and control technology and process automation
e.g. measuring technology, process analysis, automation solutions, quality management, software solutions
• Systems and equipment for filling, packaging, labelling and storage
• Cross-functional topics
e.g. energy efficiency, environmental engineering, cleaning, hygiene, disinfection
In every single issue, dei – Prozesstechnik für die Lebensmittelindustrie thematically covers the entire process chain in the food industry. Up-to-date company and business reports, research reports as well as references to training events round off the information portfolio. The editorial team also offers cross-media coverage – as video, webinar or round-table discussion.
Technical managers in the food, tobacco and beverage industry and in systems and plant engineering for these industries
Actual circulation: 9,034 issues
Frequency: Monthly (with two double issues)