Innovative Options Encourage Efficiency

Companies active on the technological and logistical segment constantly come up with new products and solutions meant for food manufacturers, which are aimed at simplifying production, reducing costs, as well as at ensuring a more efficient logistic and time management strategy.

In order to reply to their customers’ demands, Ashworth Bros., Inc., the only conveyor belt company that manufactures and services both metal and plastic belting for lo-tension and stacker spirals, has recently introduced a new crate system for their self-stacking belts, which received the United States patent approval. Ashworth’s Rack & Roll™ Crate is an economical and efficient solution for storing and installing ExactaStack™, the self-stacking spiral replacement belt. With over 60 years of innovation for the future of conveyor belts, Ashworth continues to lead the market with the most conveyor belt patents in the food processing, can making, and material handling industries. Companies around the world depend on Ashworth’s products, service, and innovative solutions to maximize throughput and minimize lifecycle costs. Recently, Ashworth has received a patent for Rack & Roll™ Crate system, which is designed for easy crate handling and quick roll-out, roll-in belt replacements for self-stacking spirals. Food processors can now benefit from savings on both lower cost belting with ExactaStack™, and lower cost installations with Rack & Roll™.

Ashworth Factory Service installed a complete “change out” for...

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