Type of content created: Website
Responsible nutrition isn’t just part of our origins, it’s our mindset. Our sustainability journey began over 40 years ago – when our company was founded. We wanted to get more food out of the same resources by converting unused whey streams into animal feed and more.
For this website, representing one of the African continent’s largest ever energy projects, we helped plan, write, design and publish the entire site for its launch in June 2020. Now, we maintain the site on a daily basis.
We wrote the content for the re-launch of Weibel’s website. This included all the technical product information dealing with Doppler radar technology based on interviews with several engineers and sales staff. We also wrote the company story based on interviews with company management. The content was published directly in the site’s CMS.
Domestic animal diseases often have a tremendous effect on local and global economies, as well as posing a potential threat to public health. Vaccines can serve as a powerful tool for combating transmission, but quality is key. To aid efforts that move us closer to a disease-free world, GEA provides equipment to assist in the complete production process of these high-quality vaccines.
One of the key issues continuously facing confectioners is heat. Pumping chocolate is a delicate process and it’s easy for production to get clogged up, literally. Pumps that operate too fast or under too much pressure result in turning the heat up on a product that is very sensitive to temperature.
Website content and value proposition for DBI Plastics
Total has a long history in the energy business and is committed to continuously providing reliable, clean energy to as many people as possible, now, and in the future. Total’s ambition is to be the responsible energy major, and we play an active part in tackling climate change.
With a little careful planning, you can adopt some surprisingly effective energy-efficiency measures for your newbuilds, saving a lot of money in the long run, while also greening up operations.
New regulatory guidelines in recent years have progressed innovations in marine technology. Both vessel and equipment manufacturers alike have introduced solutions that answer the call of the IMO and EEDI (Energy Efficiency Design Index for new ships) to decrease energy consumption and emissions. Additionally, organisations such as the Danish-born Green Ship of the Future (GSF) are promoting the idea that emission-free maritime transport is an achievable near future for the industry, and financially sustainable, through the use of both existing, energy-efficient technology and also R&D into new digital technologies.
With over 98,000 employees globally committed to better energy, the Total group strive to provide customers with safer, more affordable, easily accessible, cleaner and more efficient energy.