Heat and Control, a food processing, packaging and weighing equipment manufacturer, announced it is expanding with a new manufacturing facility near Union, Missouri. The new facility will fabricate Heat and Control’s Spray Dynamics equipment, and will offer the latest in manufacturing capability, modern office and engineering space and product testing rooms.
“This new state of the art facility displays Heat and Control’s commitment to truly partner with both our existing and our new customers by providing the latest in technology to design, manufacture, test, and ship the highest quality turnkey equipment in the industry,” said Lucas Bell, Spray Dynamics General Manager. “This ability, paired with great customer service, will continue to keep us as a leading provider of solutions and support.”
The new facility will employ 55 employees and has room for additional additional growth. The facility will also house a demonstration/trial centre that provides comprehensive testing capability across a wide range of Heat and Control products.
Spray Dynamics solutions includes applicators for oils, seasonings, vitamins, tack and release agents, chocolate, syrups and candy coatings, anti-oxidants, polishing wax, and anti-clumping agents.
Missouri’s robust food production sector includes nearly 400 companies, with the capacity for many more, and Missouri gives food solutions companies rapid access to global markets, extensive distribution options, a friendly regulatory environment and access to a diverse customer base.
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