Increased demand for its electrostatic products and services means Spice Application Systems (SAS) is keen to expand its global distribution network.
The award-winning UK-based manufacturer wants to join forces with companies who (ideally) already work within the food and/or pharmaceutical sectors.
Managing director, Peter King, said: “We export our equipment around the world, including Europe, Asia, the Middle East and the Americas and, as more organisations see the savings and improvements achieved by electrostatics, we are receiving an ever increasing number of enquiries.
“To meet that demand we want to expand and attract new companies who share our passion for innovation and delivering a first class product to our customers.”
King is urging companies attending this year’s Interpack event, which takes place in Dusseldorf May 8-14, to visit SAS in Hall 4, stand F14, to find out more. Alternatively, they can contact him via the SAS website at www.spiceapplications.com.
SAS is recognised as a world leader in the use of electrostatics to apply flavourings, coatings, powders, vitamins and spices to a wide range of foodstuffs, including snacks, confectionery, dry pet food and meat and vegetable products. The technique is also used in for tablet coating in the pharmaceutical sector.
Key benefits for customers using electrostatics include impressive cost savings through a reduction in the amount of powder wastage; a cleaner working environment as there is less dust released into in the air; and an improved end product, thanks to the way electrostatics achieves a true wraparound effect during the coating process.
To find out more and talk to Peter King at Interpack, please visit https://www.spiceapplications.com/visit-us-at-interpack.