March 28, 2008
March 28, 2008
Sorting and Processing Integrated Center
On April 1, 2008, Satake established the Sorting and Processing Integrated Center inside the showroom of its Hiroshima Head Office.
Satake's sorting technology has its roots in rice and wheat, but in the past several years Satake has adapted its machines to suit the needs of companies in many different industries. From sorting and removing unwanted materials from seaweed, snacks and other food products to recycling electrical appliances, office machines and cars, demand for Satake's sorting machines is increasing dramatically.
This increase is driven by the challenges of the modern market. Educated consumers want to eat safe, high quality food, and they want to protect the environment through recycling. As a result, more companies are turning to Satake for high-efficiency sorting and processing systems.
Satake frequently receives inquiries from customers in many types of businesses, all wanting to know, “Can Satake sort this?” Until now, Satake has answered these questions using the Processing and Sorting Test Service, but, in order to strengthen this already excellent program further, we have established the Sorting and Processing Integrated Center.
At the Sorting and Processing Integrated Center, customer materials are tested using advanced sorting and processing machines to determine processing efficiency. This helps the customer find the right sorting or processing solution, be it for grain, food, or industrial use.
Through this center, we hope to introduce Satake technology to an even greater number of customers and expand our business to ever more diverse industries.
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