|Baked products need very gentle handling after cooling as they are transferred to the wrapping and packaging stations
he handling of the products after cooling is a critical step in the production process. Experience and know-how, coupled with proven conveyor design are fundamental to guarantee a high production efficiency for the whole line whilst preventing damage to the finished product.
Product stacking is a critical phase where expertise in fragile material handling is essential to achieve high efficiency in production. Depending on the type of products being manufactured, GEA has developed two stacking systems to handle biscuits or crackers after cooling prior to presentation to the packaging system.
Top rollers gently break the strips to create single portions
The products may be either aligned and channeled and then gently separated to form single portions, or alternatively, they may be diverted into guides for automated product stacking prior to packaging.
Backed by warranty
We supply our used machinery fully serviced, production ready and backed by warranty. This is included in our initial quotation.
See your machinery running your product and/or packaging in our shop before it is delivered to your plant. You can be confident your machinery will be production ready after installation.
This allows you to see your system running and make those final critical changes that often make all the difference.
Our engineers are able to design your system to fit the floorplan of your plant, then build, configure and test it in our shop before delivering it plug-n-play on arrival.
Our engineers can train your staff in our shop, or we can arrange on-site commissioning and training (at additional cost).
We provide export crating, container loading and overseas freight services at additional cost.
For loose container load (LCL), we arrange an export crate using treated wood according to the machine size (to protect the machine from damage during transport) and crate the machine at our warehouse.
For full container load (FCL), we bring the empty container, load the equipment, and lash/secure them inside the container at our warehouse. We can then arrange either seafreight or airfreight to the customer's nominated destination sea/airports.
We usually arrange on the CFR (Cost and Freight) basis as per Incoterms.
Marine insurance, applicable local duties/taxes, custom clearance and delivery to customer's site in their destination country are to the customer's account.
We regularly provide this service for customers in New Zealand, the United Kingdom, the USA and Asia.
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