Control of All Internal Transport at Joh. Johansson Kaffe
AMS delivers a reliable direct FMS system in collaboration with ITO at Joh. Johansson's coffee factory in Vestby produces exquisite coffee for brands such as EVERGOOD and ALI Kaffe.
Our market-leading control system, direct FMS manages communication with connected devices and optimises production control throughout the coffee process. The solution plans, coordinates and collects necessary data.
direct FMS controls machines and equipment directly or via PLCs and communicates with sensors, photocells, and marking equipment. The system manages all internal transport from goods reception to delivery, with extensive communication with ERP.
AMS has large and well-known manufacturing companies on its client list that use direct FMS. Joh. Johannson Kaffe joins the ranks with other Norwegian actors, such as NorDan, Ekornes and Kverneland, and larger international manufacturers in various industries.
About Joh. Johannson Kaffe AS
At JOH. JOHANNSON KAFFE, our quality demands have significantly contributed to Norwegians being among the world's most coffee-drinking nations. This is primarily thanks to the EVERGOOD and ALI Kaffe brands. The position these brands have achieved among Norwegian consumers also underscores the importance of quality coffee being preferred in Norway. Alongside these brands, we can offer a range that can satisfy most wishes, demands, and needs.
At JOH. JOHANNSON KAFFE: we always strive to give our customers the best and most flavorful coffee experience. Therefore, we set strict requirements for all stages of production. Good ingredients, the right blend, and precise roasting are an art that requires long experience to master.
A cup of coffee tastes best when prepared from the freshest coffee possible. That's why we pack all our coffee in aroma-protective packaging. When the bag is opened, within the date stamping, you are guaranteed that it is fresh and has retained the excellent taste you expect from coffee from JOH. JOHANSSON KAFFE.
About 40,000 kg of coffee beans are roasted daily and approximately 160,000 bags of coffee are packed.
The coffee roastery in Vestby ensures sustainable production of quality coffee for the future. Sustainability is synonymous with quality and efficiency and is a necessary precondition for providing acceptable living conditions for coffee farmers in producing countries.
How Much Coffee You Should Calculate
Calculating how much coffee you need can be done with a simple rule of thumb. A bag of filter coffee is usually 250 grams unless you've bought a larger bag. 250 grams of filter coffee equals about 4 litres of brewed coffee. The number of cups depends, of course, on the size of your cup, but we calculate about 20 cups per bag. Use about 60 grams of filter coffee per litre of water.
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