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Overhead doors are made of several jointed panels that roll up on tracks above the access or across the ceiling. These doors come with different rail systems depending on the building and the space available. The tracks can either go straight up above the doorway, with a bend towards the ceiling or they can follow the roof pitch. The over head door is primairly used as a service door but also very popular as garage door.
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It is estimated that over $5 billion worth of food is thrown out every year in Australia, comprising of fruit and vegetables worth over $1 billion and meat and fish worth over $800 million. The Australian Institute uncovered these staggering numbers and identified poor cold chain management as the primary cause of this significant waste.
To be compliant with strict food and beverage hygiene regulations, it is essential for food processing and food handling plants to have effective sanitary operations procedures in place. There are three parts to achieving this: