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Dairy
ALECTIA has many years of experience advising the Danish and international dairy and food industry. Our thorough knowledge of this business sector ensures that our clients get the necessary future-proof advice, whether it concerns large complex plants or minor expansions.
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We deliver cross-disciplinary comprehensive solutions combining function, design and economy with long-term development. ALECTIA offers advice during the entire project implementation – from the very first ideas until the client has a fully operational plant, designed to meet future requirements.

The dairy business requires a particular building design unique to this industrial segment. Process layout, structures and design must interact so that the building facility performs as an efficient, integrated whole, where specific requirements to performance, operational reliability, environment and sustainability, hygiene, acoustics and noise are addressed.

Our consultancy includes everything from building projects, water supply and wastewater treatment, logistics and process optimisation to business and strategic development. As Denmark’s largest occupational health and safety consultant, ALECTIA is also the preferred partner when it comes to creating an attractive and productive workplace.

Read more about our consultancy to the dairy industry:

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ALECTIA has many years of experience delivering solutions to the global meat, poultry and fish industries. Our unique position as international food industry consultants is based on strong Danish traditions for food products, in particular the knowledge about production efficiency and industrial hygiene.
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ALECTIA offers the food industry comprehensive and cross-disciplinary consultancy services, covering everything from the intake of livestock through slaughtering and product processing to retail packaging and distribution. We advise our clients from the very first thoughts about new investments or efficiency optimisations and assist all the way through project development and realisation, until the investment gives the required rate of return.

Our core competences related to the food industry include specialist knowledge about process equipment, cooling systems and industrial hygiene zones. We also make use of our knowledge of related building services and how to ensure an efficient and productive working environment for employees. Additionally, we offer a number of other specialist skills which are relevant to the food industry as well, e.g. fire safety, energy, acoustics, environmental, clean water, waste water, economic planning and logistics.

In every project, our aim is to match our competence profiles with the real needs of the project in question to provide strong project management throughout and to align our solutions with a robust economic performance.

Read more about our consultancy to the food industry:

 

 

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Beer and Beverage
ALECTIA’s brewery and beverage consultancy combines a solid commercial understanding of plant operations with competences in logistics, process optimisation, operation and production. The outcome of our consulting services is a consistently high product quality, an improved bottom line and sustainable solutions for our clients.
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ALECTIA is the leading independent adviser to the brewing and beverage industry. We have an impressive record in working for all the great brewers in the world, including SAB Miller, AB InBev, Carlsberg, Molson Coors and a long list of regional and local breweries.

2,000 brewery projects
During the last 40 years, ALECTIA has been involved in approx. 2,000 brewery and beverage projects in some 75 countries, and we have designed and built more than 50 completely new plants.

Change drives our business, whether it be comprehensive refurbishment projects which are generally implemented to keep production costs down, the challenge to expand production facilities in a short time to cope with increasing demand, or building a greenfield brewery.

No matter where we are working in the world, our aim is to make our clients more successful through the services we deliver. We take pride in providing consultancy that prepares our clients for the challenges ahead: Sustainable solutions with lower water usage, reduced energy costs, less waste and a better production quality.

Read more about our services for the beer and beverage industry:

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ALECTIA has many years of experience in working for clients in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries. Drawing on our thorough knowledge of these industries, we follow the clients from idea to investment, planning, construction, test and commissioning.
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ALECTIA’s approach is cross-disciplinary, and we offer advice on everything from modifications and relocation of production plants, process optimisation, strategy and business development to setting up new plants. By combining our knowledge of functionality, technology and professional project management with the client’s knowledge of his product, delivery requirements and security of supplies, we create the basis for improved production earnings.

At all times, our business is to make sure that critical factors such as regulatory requirements are addressed and in order before production start-up. We have specialists who handle the time-consuming qualification and validation issues so that the production complies with both European and international regulations.

Any investment is made to enhance our clients’ profitability. With our business understanding and insight into this industry, we have the specialist knowledge required to create flexibility and new thinking for process development.

ALECTIA is also a leading consultant on water, nature, the environment and energy, and as Denmark’s largest occupational health and safety consultant we are the preferred partner when it comes to creating an attractive and productive workplace.

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Leadership, Health and Safety
Our Leadership, Health and Safety division is the largest occupational health and safety consultancy in Denmark with more than 75 full-time employees and more than 25 years of consulting experience. We advise public institutions and private companies on leadership, health and safety – on creating healthier, safer and more productive workplaces.
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Creating a productive working environment is about adjusting the three primary factors that affect your employees’ ability to work effectively: leadership, health and safety. We believe that the employees deliver the results and that an integrated approach increases the productivity in a workplace.

We know that investing in a good working environment contributes to maintaining and improving a company’s productivity and image. We also know that providing useful occupational health and safety advice is not just about strong skills but requires a thorough knowledge of the market in which our customers operate. Based on our extensive trade knowledge we can provide advice that goes straight to the core of our customers’ challenges. We transform ideas, thoughts and strategies into concrete initiatives that create positive results on your bottom line.

ALECTIA offers a variety of services ranging from advice on the physical and psychosocial working environment, acoustics and noise, chemicals and biological hazards, health and safety, stress and well-being to management training and organisational development.

We are licensed by the Danish Working Environment Authority.

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ALECTIA offers a wide range of process engineering skills and is a leading international adviser to the pharmaceutical, brewing, food processing and dairy industries.
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Our position as leading adviser on production facilities and process equipment requires both in-depth knowledge of the industry and an understanding of the client’s end product and production processes. ALECTIA has extensive knowledge on the production processes specific to the industrial segments we work with. Our experts specialise in planning and designing process facilities for anything from raw material reception to processing, production, bottling/packaging, logistics and storage.

We provide engineering advice during all process phases – from clarification, analysis, design and planning to tender and project realisation. We review new plants and advise on facility expansions, refurbishment and upgrades.

Combining our process engineering skills with a deep business understanding and specific trade knowledge we help our clients focus on business-critical areas. Our consulting approach also ensures that projects live up to all quality, financial viability and production efficiency requirements.

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Building
ALECTIA is a leading engineering consultancy and offers advice on all types of building projects including refurbishments, upgrades, extensions and new builds. We address all project phases – from idea and project development, design and planning to project implementation and building operation. By integrating civil engineering skills with consultancy services on environmental issues, working environment, energy optimisation and business development, we provide our clients with strong and sustainable solutions. We combine our expertise with a disciplined project management approach to ensure that we deliver on time, on budget and to the agreed level of quality .
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We help our clients find the right technical solutions and advice on the formulation of technical specifications, the choice of solution principles and the development of tender and project documentation which forms the contractual basis for ensuing construction activities.

We draw on a wide range of skills and are experts in core engineering disciplines such as structural, HVAC and electrical engineering coupled with construction management and owner representative services. Furthermore, we offer specialist services in areas such as tender management, building automation, indoor climate, building physics, material science and engineering as well as fire engineering.

Our ambition is to always be innovative and deliver projects and results which create value for our customers, ALECTIA and the society we are part of.

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Environment, Energy and Water
Many challenges in the environment, energy and water areas require an inter-disciplinary approach to achieve sustainable and profitable solutions. The collaboration between ALECTIA’s engineers, chemists, geologists, biologists, agronomists, energy experts and economists ensures that our solutions are both holistic and viable in practice.
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Our environment, energy, water and climate solutions are always based on sustainable consultancy. For instance, we advise the industry on energy and CO2 reduction and compliance with environmental requirements, and we are leading within cooling solutions for process and industrial companies as well as hospitals.

We combine the newest technology with years of experience when advising on water at all stages, from nature protection and soil and groundwater contamination to wastewater management and drinking water distribution. We advise during all project phases, from clarification, analysis, design and planning to tender, construction management and supervision.

In the climate area, increasing greenhouse gas emissions have caused climate changes which pose still greater challenges. Heavy rain incidents lead to rainwater and wastewater floods which cause traffic problems and damage to residences, businesses and plants. Combined with worn-down wastewater systems this increases the need for investments in new climate adaptation solutions. ALECTIA’s experts can help with planning and executing all kinds of climate projects, always going for viable long-term solutions to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and remediyng the damaging consequences.

Our clients are utility companies, local governments, the state and large Danish and international process and industrial companies.

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Meet ALECTIA at Seafood Expo Global 2015 in Brussels
Join ALECTIA at this year’s Seafood Expo Global in Brussels on April 21-23. You will find us in Hall 4, Stand 5915 where we will be ready to discuss how we can assist you in optimizing your business and increasing your profits.

Professional consultancy around the world
ALECTIA is an experienced consultant to food companies all over the world. We have a unique skill-set based on strong Danish traditions and expert knowledge of production design and optimization, industrial hygiene, and much more.

We offer a wide range of services, from plant design and modernization to detailed processing and utility design.

We are ready to assist you all the way from your very first thoughts about new investments through project development and implementation, until your investments give the required rate of return.

Our core competences include specialist knowledge about process equipment, refrigeration systems and process ventilation as well as hygiene zoning, staff training and food safety.

Additionally, we offer extensive knowledge on related building services and how to ensure an efficient and productive working environment for employees.

Drop by our stand and we will discuss how we can help you optimize your business.

See you at Stand 4-5915 on April 21-23!

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Virtual simulation helps large meat producer invest wisely
ALECTIA has completed an innovative computer simulation project for a well-known brand in the meat industry. The client is considering extending its slaughterhouse with a new pork processing plant, and ALECTIA created a virtual simulation model to test and validate the technical proposals from potential suppliers.
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For a major well-known meat producer ALECTIA has recently completed an innovative computer simulation project, which included all processes from primary cutting and de-boning through transportation lines to warehousing, processing and shipping. The simulation thoroughly represented the complete operation at the heart of the client’s plant to help the client choose the right investment solutions.

Simulation enables complex experimentation without risks
The high complexity of the processes at the plant, where countless variables and elements influence the production, made a simulation the most suitable way for evaluating proposals, estimating investments and outcomes, and achieving improved productivity.

Experimenting in real settings is not always possible and will cost a lot of resources in time and money, especially since it is based on trial-and-error. For our client, the virtual simulation of the proposed new facilities enables the Board of Directors and the management team to experiment, observe and evaluate the performance of the plant while dealing with different production orders and compositions – without consequences to the existing production.

Additionally, they can test different staff configurations for each line as well as system-related parameters such as the speed of the transport lines, the entrance rate of pigs and the dimensions of distribution and cutting lines.

Testing proposals improves the outcome of investments
The simulation developed by ALECTIAs experts allows the client to assess the performance and operation of the plant, evaluate different options for investment projects throughout the production – such as automating certain sections or acquiring new equipment – simulate and observe future behaviour, detect bottlenecks and improve resource efficiency and product value.

With the simulation model the client can plan the daily production while considering such aspects as flow, staff requirements in relation to time, process line saturation and required storage facilities. The client can evaluate proposed improvement projects and their impact on the production, their cost, and the risk of new bottlenecks appearing, and may thus achieve a substantial delimitation of the required investments while predicting and optimizing their outcome.

Interested in more information? Contact Market Manager Frank Nygaard.

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DTU’s new server house can eliminate the energy bill
The future giant data centre of the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) in Risø sets new standards for profitable heat recovery and high energy efficiency – resulting in savings of millions. The newspaper Børsen has interviewed technical expert in ALECTIA Christian Reuløkke on the revolutionary project.
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DTU saves millions on heat recovery
“It will be the biggest server house in Danish history, and it will enter the top 100 list as regards computer power. Allegedly, it will be twice as energy-efficient as Google’s and Facebook’s server houses, and as all rooms are heated by server waste heat, the heating bill will be close to 0”.

This is how Børsen sums up the scenario for DTU Risø’s new giant data centre, which will revolutionize the opportunities for saving energy by recovering waste heat for heating up the rooms.

“Already at the completion of the first phase at Risø, enough waste heat will be produced to save the company DKK 3 million a year on the heating bill,” explained Christian Rueløkke to Børsen.

When fully extended, the server house will deliver six times more heat than DTU Risø will be able to use itself. Therefore profitable business models are being examined to obtain additional sales, e.g. by selling heat to the local district heating company.

Similar solution at Microsoft
Previously, high charges for energy recycling made it unprofitable to recover waste heat from server rooms. However, new legislation from 2012 entails that heat recovery is now very profitable – for private as well as public companies.

At Microsoft’s new headquarters in Lyngby, which will open in November 2015, a solution similar to that on DTU Risø is under development. Here the objective is that the waste heat recovery from the servers will save 50-60% of the heating costs and the CO2 footprint.

Source: Børsen, Wednesday the 3rd of December 2015, section 1, page 14.

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Refrigeration in the Copenhagen Meatpacking District
To reduce the risk of ammonia emission, the Municipality of Copenhagen has been instructed to reconstruct the central refrigeration plant in Kødbyen, the Meatpacking District of Copenhagen. ALECTIA has won the project with a budget of DKK 49 million and contributes cross-disciplinary competencies within building, electrical supplies and refrigeration technology, etc.
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Through most of the 1900s, all animals for slaughter had to pass through the Meatpacking District of Copenhagen where they were checked by veterinarians, slaughtered and cut up before being distributed to the butchers in Copenhagen. Today, the Meatpacking District has developed into a cultural centre with galleries, restaurants, clubs, bars, schools and other creative companies. The renters still include companies which produce and sell food, and the need for cooling and freezing remains – now also for purposes such as comfort cooling, server cooling, etc.

The White Meatpacking District, which is located next to the older Brown Meatpacking District, opened in 1934. The place was equipped with a refrigeration plant which was ultramodern at the time and allowed for safe and hygienic handling and storage of carcasses and meat. However, as the existing refrigeration plant uses ammonia as refrigerant, which poses a toxic risk to the surroundings in case of ammonia emissions, an extensive environment protection project is in progress.

Aesthetical challenges
Copenhagen Properties put the project, with a budget of DKK 49 million, out for tender in a competition won by ALECTIA in 2013. It is a project in which our cross-disciplinary competencies are truly put to use.

“It is an exciting task with the particular challenge that the White Meatpacking District is totally preserved,” Project Manager in ALECTIA Claus Lund Poulsen explained. “It means that there are certain requirements for the appearance of some of the building services in terms of design and colour in order to maintain the original aesthetic expression.”

Ammonia replaced with glycol
The Municipality of Copenhagen’s Centre for Environment has issued an enforcement notice that the refrigeration plant in the Meatpacking District must be rebuilt to reduce the risk of ammonia emissions in case of an accident. A number of specific conditions relating to the refrigeration plant and the technical supply section in the Meatpacking District must be remedied before the end of 2014 for the Meatpacking District to remain open.

Ammonia has been widely used as a refrigerant because of its thermodynamic properties. However, it is also associated with great risks, as ammonia is highly poisonous to humans and nature.

The refrigeration plant will therefore be rebuilt so that the use of ammonia is limited to the distribution tunnels underneath the Meatpacking District as well as the actual technical supply section. In those parts of the cooling system, which are the responsibility of the renters, ammonia is replaced with glycol and water which are not equally dangerous.

ALECTIA facilitates all project phases
ALECTIA manages project design, tender documents, contracting and communication with all stakeholders as well as the general project management. During the implementation phase we are furthermore responsible for technical inspection, construction management, safety management and authorities processing.

For the rebuilding project, ALECTIA draws on a wide range of special competencies across our divisions. About 12 specialists are attached to different projects and contribute expertise including:

  • Building calculations
  • Establishment of chimneys for ventilation of the distribution tunnels
  • Strengthening of window sections
  • Gates
  • Refrigeration technology
  • Electrical supply and management
  • Documentation

The refrigeration plant rebuild is currently well underway, and the works are divided between two contractors.

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New convenience food factory for Miratorg in Russia
ALECTIA has assisted one of Russia's largest food groups, Miratorg, in establishing a new convenience food plant in Kaliningrad, Russia. The plant had to be rebuilt after it was destroyed during a fire in 2010. The new building was completed and ready for production again in late 2012, and new projects are under way.
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Miratorg’s factory in Kaliningrad produces hamburgers, nuggets, lasagna etc. to the Russian market. The production capacity per hour is 10 tonnes of finished products, which are frozen, packaged and sold in large batches to supermarkets and fastfood chains.

After a factory built in 2008 burned down in 2010, Miratorg started over again with the construction of a new food factory in Kaliningrad. ALECTIA was involved in the project from start to finish.

ALECTIA responsible for all process equipment
With a budget of approx. EUR 30 million, the Miratorg and ALECTIA project team has been in charge of the planning, procurement and installation of all process equipment for the new factory. This involved planning the layout of individual production lines and preparing requirement specifications for equipment suppliers. ALECTIA has also been responsible for tendering and tender evaluation and participated in the contract negotiations, followed by supervision of deliveries, installation and testing of the production equipment. At the end of 2012, the factory was ready for daily operation as one of the biggest food plants of its kind in Russia.

Miratorg selected ALECTIA to get facilities with quality standards which can be approved by the EU, with a view to future export possibilities.

“The client is happy with the new factory, which meets their requirements to quality, production capacity, etc. The factory is operating very well today,” said Senior Adviser Knud Rasmussen.

Additional projects for Miratorg
Since the completion of the project in Kaliningrad, ALECTIA has won more projects for Miratorg including the construction of a cattle slaughterhouse, a poultry slaughterhouse and two plants for packaged fresh meat.

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ALECTIA Brewing Benchmark Club Opens to New Submissions
It is with great pleasure that the ALECTIA Brewing Benchmark Club Team can announce the opening for data submission for the ABBC Round 2015. Along with other players in the global beer and beverage industry, you will get new opportunities to sign up and receive the appropriate material for data submission in April.

Alectia Brewing Benchmark Club

In 2014, which was the first year of the ALECTIA Brewing Benchmark Club, the initiative became a resounding success. Surveying the most significant findings we have written an article to be published in the Brewers Guardian magazine in the May/June edition. As soon as the article is made public, we will publish the link online and distribute it via personal e-mail.

We are happy to announce that the ABBC is now open to a new round of data submissions. This year, we have made room for improvements and additions with regard to the following elements:

-   Packaging KPIs: Line efficiency OEEs will now be coupled with the number of SKUs (stock keeping units) produced on the line, allowing for segmentation.

-   There will be a separate reporting group for manufacturers producing both beer and soft drinks, provided that enough data is submitted (more than 5 plants for each group).

-   We have added a voluntary option of allowing the ABBC Team to announce your membership publicly (this option is for ABBC recruitment purposes only, and your submitted data remains confidential).

In closing, we encourage all players in the beer and beverage industry to spread the word about the ABBC and encourage friends and peers – and also your competitors – to sign up. For every beer and beverage producer who joins the ABBC, the survey results and best practice insights will improve, and our collective attempts at improving the industry will become more qualified.

We look forward to welcoming you aboard!

Read more and sign up here: www.alectia.com/abbc

E-mail ALECTIA Brewing Benchmark Club: brewingbenchmark@alectia.com

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