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04/01/2010

Moving Right Along
Ashworth meets the challenges of an economic downturn and continues to provide creative solutions to can-makers in order to improve efficiency, reliability and minimize costs.
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01/01/2010

Going to X-tremes
Today's durable belts and conveyors are designed to handle extreme temperatures and are extremely easy to clean to eliminate pathogens and allergens.
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01/01/2010

Rolling With The Changes
Suppliers focus on versatility and sanitation in conveying and belting system designs.
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09/01/2009

Conveyor belt designs continue to evolve and provide processors the most efficient means to transport products.
With the current financial environment and the need to produce safe food and beverage products, conveyor suppliers and belt makers are doing their best to satisfy a host of user demands that might be summed up as doing more, faster, better,cheaper and safer.
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01/01/2009

Delivering Quality and Safety
Technology trends, challenges and the future of Conveyors - Leading suppliers identify automation, food safety and processors' demand for increasing productivity among the ongoing trends related to conveyor technology.
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01/01/2009

Move It or Lose It
Today's belts and conveyors contain enhanced features that make them more durable, more versatile and easier to clean and maintain. That's why manufacturers of snacks and baked goods are willing to invest more for durable systems that improve overall plant efficiencies.
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11/01/2008

Equipment Solutions
PROBLEM: Saving energy. while increasing throughput with your spiral conveyor applications.
SOLUTION: Use a spiral belt that has the largest open area to maximize airflow-decreasing dwell times and allowing evaporator fans to run with less resistance.
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05/01/2008

The Critical Link
Conveyors are the arteries of food plants, the avenues and boulevards that connect the vital functions. And just like human arteries, a clean, efficient conveying system establishes the overall health of the operation; a weak system puts the entire plant at risk.
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01/01/2008

Extending reach
Trends in conveyor technology address sanitation, the environment and more
Innovations in conveying systems tend to be more of a methodical evolution and are typically triggered by processors' requests for adaptations to address new porducts, new or renovated facilities or to drive costs out of their operations.
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01/01/2008

Move It or Lose It
With rising overheads applying pressure to the bottom line, bakers and snack producers are relying on increasingly durable belting and conveyors to maximize the efficiency of their operations.
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