Viva Las Vegas – North American partnership launched at Pack Expo
Our new partnership with North American distributor, Sesotec, got off to the best of starts at Pack Expo in Las Vegas recently, (September 25 – 27).
As we were showcasing Weycon, the new, co-branded, checkweigher and metal detector combination system for the first time, it was no surprise the interest and feedback was phenomenal and orders started rolling in from day one.
- It met the exact requirements.
- Ease of use in both operation and cleaning.
- Clearly built for the harsh, North American food manufacturing environment.
- It has a very small footprint and it’s good to see all technology in “one box”.
- It complies with food safety standards.
- Perfect end-of-line “watchdog”.
Understandably we are thrilled to be working with the team at Sesotec. It is already paying off as we secured orders on our very first venture together.
We complement each other perfectly and the team at Sesotec are keen to forge openings for this machine we had on display in addition to Raycon, an X-ray and checkweigher combination and the Iris Pipeline X-ray Inspection system. We are told the machines fill gaps in the market they have been striving for.
So 2017 has been an encouraging year for us. We have grown our team, had a successful European launch at Interpack in Dusseldorf and this new partnership will no doubt help us get to the next level as we endeavour to meet ambitious but achievable goals.
Sesotec is one of the world’s foremost manufacturers and developers of inspection, separation and sorting systems in process, packaging and production lines in the food and pharmaceutical industries.
Werner Fleps, Sesotec president, said: “From the onset of our review of the Sparc Systems product line, we were very impressed with its unique design features and capabilities.
“The Sparc System machines fit perfectly well with our full range of Inspection machines and we are delighted to be supplying this unique range of checkweighers, X-ray inspection and vision inspection systems here in North America – this product range will certainly fill a gap in the market place.”