We’re excited to announce that Tulip is back on the road and is going to Philadelphia! We are attending PACK EXPO East 2022 from March 21 - 23 - booth 604, and we are excited to showcase our products and solutions for the food and beverage industry for the first time.

One truth doesn’t change: You’ll make better decisions about big capital investments by attending in person. After two years of social distancing, we’re looking forward to meeting face-to-face with manufacturers, engineers, operations professionals, brand managers and others. Here are a few fun things that will happen at PACK EXPO:

  • You’ll get to see first-hand how our technology works with our interactive demo experience

  • We can answer any questions you have on the spot and focus on solutions targeting your specific problems and use cases.

  • You can get a customized experience of our solutions by setting up 1:1 meetings with our sales team.

We will be demoing our Frontline Operations Platform for food and beverage manufacturers. Some of the main capabilities include digitized work instructions, machine monitoring, edge connectivity, and more. Tulip’s Frontline Operation Platform also comes with configurable Food & Bev apps and solutions in the Tulip Library so that you can hit the ground running.

For years we’ve been helping food and beverage manufacturers solve their most critical pains like line stoppages, preventing recalls, staying compliant, and maintaining batch traceability. We’re excited to connect with more manufacturers in the industry and show how we can help you maximize utilization, simplify compliance, and digitalize batch records.

Come find us at Booth #604 in the Exhibition Hall from March 21 -23. We’ll be there to connect, answer questions and give out some cool swag.

If you have not registered, be sure to utilize our free tickets by registering here.

See you in Philadelphia!

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