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Beet intake control at York factory


British Sugar Beet Review 60(1): 37-39
Beet intake control at York factory
For 10 years, British Sugar factories have all used one system involving Growers Identity Cards (GIC), Authority to Deliver (ATD) labels and Beet Receipt Notes. A decision was made in 1991 to replace the beet data system at all the factories, and York was selected as the pilot site where reception data would become part of a distributed data network; a driver-operated outbridge has since been successfully installed.


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