Spiroflow to represent Pacepacker in North America
December 7, 2010 By Bakers Journal
December 7, 2010, Charlotte, NC – Pacepacker Services Ltd. has named Spiroflow Systems Inc. their exclusive North and South American representative.
In its new role, Spiroflow will promote, represent and support Pacepacker’s international range of manufactured bagging, pick and place, and robot palletizing systems. The arrangement expands Spiroflow’s capability to engineer, design and supply complete systems from raw material intake through storage, conveying, processing and screening to final packaging and palletizing.
According to Dennis Allison, managing director of Pacepacker Services, the two companies complement each other well. “We both manufacture equipment for the bulk handling industry. Spiroflow manufactures processing equipment and Pacepacker, end-of-the-line solutions, which gives us the capability to provide the industry with turnkey systems. Spiroflow also gives us a skilled technical and support staff to install, commission and support our new equipment in an established facility in the United States that has been in operation since 1991.”
Jeffrey A. Dudas, CEO of Spiroflow Systems, Inc. added that Spiroflow is committed to launching this exciting product line throughout the distribution network.
According to Allison, the agreement also gives Pacepacker the opportunity to explore new markets. “We are currently developing a range of pick and place equipment for a variety of new industries. We feel confident that our collaboration with Spiroflow Systems will enable us to explore new market opportunities and significantly expand our market base.”
Spiroflow is a worldwide supplier of a wide range of both standard and custom power handling equipment, specializing in bulk bag dischargers and fillers, mechanical and pneumatic conveyors, a range of 50-pound bag packing and unloading equipment and flexible storage silos. The company offers a wide range of innovative designs and design options. Spiroflow also offers flexible screw, aeromechanical conveyors, and CABLEflow and DYNAflow tubular drag conveyors.
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