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Beet intake control at York factory

, : Beet intake control at York factory. British Sugar Beet Review 60(1): 37-39

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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