Materials handling and processing companies unite for PPMA

Automated Handling Solutions (AHS), a leading provider of automation solutions and specialised material handling equipment, comprising the brands Spiroflow and Cablevey Conveyors, will join with Advanced Material Processing (AMP), which integrates Kason Corporation and Marion Process Solutions, manufacturers of an array of material processing equipment and solutions, to exhibit on stand F24 at the forthcoming PPMA show on 27-29 September at Birmingham’s NEC.

The sizeable 54m² joint stand at PPMA, representing the brands of all four companies and their joint competencies, has been configured to provide an impressive backdrop to a selection of equipment being showcased. Representing AHS, Spiroflow will have a universal T2 bulk bag unloader on display, alongside their infamous flexible screw conveyor, together with a range of spirals and tubes. Cablevey will be demonstrating their enclosed tubular drag conveyor, which is ideal for moving materials in a safe, clean and efficient manner. Both the flexible screw conveyor and Cablevey conveyor will be running continuously through the show with various products inside.

For AMP, Kason will have their centrifugal sifter, the Centri-Sifter, on display. Engineered to sift, scalp, de-lump, and de-water virtually any bulk solid or slurry, the Centri-Sifter is available in many configurations designed to solve specialised problems and continuously deliver high performance. Kason will also have its industry-leading circular vibratory screener and separator, the Vibroscreen, on stand. In supplying industrial, food, dairy, and pharmaceutical organisations, Kason’s circular vibrating screeners and separators are available in many sizes and configurations, capable of processing varying capacities and carrying out either batch or continuous operations.

Commenting on the PPMA show, Andy Forrester, Spiroflow’s VP of sales, said: “We very much look forward to what will surely be a busy and productive event. I’m sure that visitors to our stand will fully appreciate the rationale behind bringing these highly skilled companies together as one.

“We clearly have the opportunity to create a seamless customer experience across our brands, while also using our collective knowledge to provide solutions to the key challenges faced by our customers.

Both AHS and AMP were formed by May River Capital, a Chicago-based private equity investment firm, to offer a combined and comprehensive and complementary suite of product offerings and specialisms to a global customer base.

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