We no longer need the ocean to raise and harvest seafood. It’s a critical shift for the industry based on necessity: there simply are not enough aquatic creatures available for human consumption in our sea waters today.
Thanks to the developing enterprise of aquaculture – also known as farming in water – fish and other delicacies are being produced without setting up operations along an ocean coast line. There’s a push from consumers for more domestically-raised seafood, so with enhanced food safety techniques, environmentally-sound practices and the latest technology, people will better know where their seafood comes from.
Are you worried about the future of your facility? Do you have an aging facility with hardware that may be failing? On July 16, 2019 Keith Fraleigh, John Tertin, John Luther and Josh Gerstner presented a webinar that addresses these issues by discussing legacy hardware and the facility modernization process.
ESE has forged partnerships with many manufacturers in craft brewing, microbrewing, regional operations and national beer production houses over the years, and we celebrate our new and long-time customer relationships that continue to thrive.
Save the date! ESE’s Keith Fraleigh, John Tertin and John Luther will be hosting a free webinar on legacy hardware and facility modernization on Tuesday, July 16 at 1:30 p.m. CST. They will discuss the following topics and questions:
What is legacy hardware and why is it important to upgrade?
How does one upgrade without impacting production too much?
When June rolls around on the calendar each year, we naturally turn our thoughts to National Dairy Month.
The annual celebration of everything dairy is a long-standing tradition that was launched in 1937 as “National Milk Month”, in order to encourage more people in the U.S. to drink milk. Here we are, some 80 years later, and still enjoying so much of what the dairy industry produces in ways both old and new.
ESE had previously announced that we would be hosting a webinar on June 25. However, in order to ensure more of our customers and others are able to attend we will be rescheduling the webinar for Tuesday, July 16 at 1:30 CST.
ESE responded to questions on legacy hardware and facility modernization via Twitter on May 23. You can check it out on Twitter by searching for #ESEtechtalks. The following is a transcript of that chat.
John Luther joined ESE in August of 2017 as a project manager. We recently caught up with him as part of our continuing blog series on getting to know the people of ESE.
First off, congratulations on nearly two years with the company. Please tell usa little bit about yourself. I’ve lived in Hartland, Wisconsin for the past 24 years. My wife, Sue, is retired and is always planning a family trip to one of the National Parks. Ours sons are now grown and have their own children. My eldest, Dan, lives in Greendale, Wisconsin and has two wonderful granddaughters, whom we get to spoil on a regular basis. My younger son, Scott, lives in Portland, Oregon and is embarking on a career in the stop motion movie industry.