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Satake Exhibits at the Taiwan International Coffee Show

October 21, 2016

October 21, 2016

Satake Exhibits at the Taiwan International Coffee Show

Satake expands its sales of optical sorters to the Taiwan coffee market

Satake booth (2015)

Satake Optical Sorter

Hiroshima, Japan; October 21, 2016 - Satake will exhibit at the “Taiwan International Coffee Show”, held from November 18th to 21st in Taipei.

Recently in Asia, the coffee market has been growing and demand for high quality coffee beans is high. So, there has been much interest in an optical sorter that can remove bad beans. In response to the trend, Satake will exhibit for a second time at the regional exhibition as part of an effort to strengthen optical sorter sales in Asia.

Taiwan’s International Coffee Show will be held from November 18th to 21st at Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center in Taipei. It is the largest coffee exhibition in Asia with over 500 companies related to industries of raw materials, products and processing machines on exhibit, along with 150,000 visitors over 4 days.

Satake will demonstrate the optical sorter (FMS2000-F), which receives high praise from the coffee industry. The machine removes insect damage, immature, molded and roasting failures etc., and which affect the taste of coffee, from roasted Arabica coffee.

Satake hopes the live demonstration of its products and its features will prove to be very popular among visitors.

About SATAKE CORPORATION:Founded in 1826 as the first motorized rice milling machine manufacturer in Japan. With its business expansion to over 150 countries worldwide, SATAKE is a leading company in grain processing systems. It’s products range from rice milling machinery, flour milling machinery, biomass gasification system, microbial analyzers for ballast water, to packaged rice for the food industry. Visit us at www.satake-group.co.jp.



Sorting sample of roasted coffee

    Raw materials (before sorting)

    Accepts (after sorting)

    Samples of Rejects

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