Ammeraal Beltech to showcase one-stop belt shop concept at IPACK-IMA in Milan

Rydell Industrial (Belting) Co announces that Ammeraal Beltech will be presenting their extensive
and industry-leading portfolio of process and conveyor belts at IPACK-IMA next
week in Milan. Ammeraal Beltech will showcase their ‘one stop belt shop’ on Stand
A28, Hall 7 at the exhibition.

Ammeraal Beltech will,
for the first time, combine its presence at the Fieramilano with partner exhibitions
focused on the meat, fruit, and dairy markets, as well as converting, package
printing and label print.

Ammeraal Beltech’s
External Communications Manager Marc Maisonneuve explains that the IPACK-IMA presents
an exceptional opportunity to demonstrate the company’s belting innovations,
and their associated world-class service platform to potential OEM and end-user
markets in the food sector.

Innovations on

Ammeraal Beltech will
launch the new food grade Rapplon elastic belts range, a key product offering for
the food market, which will include the highly-flexible, premium-quality,
food-safe Premium Ropanyl belts. Ammeraal Beltech will also display their new
modular uni ULB Ultra Light Belt and the uni OSB Open Spiral Belts, a market-leading
range of open spiral modular belts.

‘Helping you
bake it better’

Ammeraal Beltech’s Giuseppe
Allais will speak in the exhibition’s Innovation Corner (Hall 1/3) on May 21st
at 4pm on the subject of ‘helping you bake it better’ with the company’s
solutions for the bakery sector.

65th anniversary

Ammeraal Beltech will
also launch their 65th anniversary celebrations at the IPACK-IMA. Founded in
1950 by Dutchman Thomas Ammeraal, who invented an endless woven conveyor belt for
the biscuit industry, Ammeraal Beltech has evolved into a global leader in
belting solutions, and continues to be passionate about helping their customers
with various belting challenges.

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