Vertical Conveying Solutions

Ice Cream at the Equator

This week Ryson hosted four engineers and technicians from Unilever and Sergeva – a systems integrator partner in Ecuador. They were invited to our manufacturing plant for a factory acceptance test and received technical and maintenance training.

Factory Acceptance TestThe delivery includes two Ryson Spirals for an ice cream plant in Guayaquil.  Both spirals are stainless steel washdown for conveying trays, sealed cartons, and individual containers of ice cream.   Both spirals have unique discharge angles to accommodate the customer’s specific system layout.

FATs and factory training are always welcome at Ryson. We firmly believe that trained customers will not only have a smooth project start-up, but also it assures a long and reliable equipment life. Training is part of our commitment to customer service and satisfaction.

Ryson International is growing in South America and these will be the first of many spirals into Ecuador. If you would like more information on Ryson’s Vertical Conveying Machinery, please visit www.ryson.com.

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