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Yamato to showcase weighing solutions at Meatup 2017 exhibition in UK

Yamato Scale Dataweigh UK will be unveiling its new weighing solutions at Meatup 2017 to be held in May this year at ArenaMK, Milton Keynes.

The company said it will showcase the vital role that multihead weighers, checkweighers and table top weighers play in the meat packaging process.

Yamato’s team at Meatup will be showing visitors to the exhibition how its weighing technology works in combination with its sales and engineering support and spare parts availability can create a one-stop solution for meat processing and meat packaging solutions.

First, the company will show its I Series combination machine with metal detection and its I Series checkweigher machines. The company will also showcase its tabletop semi-automatic dataweigher (TSDW).

Yamato stated that its products meet industry compliance standards and will demonstrate how it has achieved compliance throughout the production process

The company said it will also show how it is possible to respond quickly to the changing compliance landscape regarding the recently introduced changes to the measuring instrument directive (MID) regulations.

Yamato Scale Dataweigh UK commercial operations manager Andrea Spencer said: “We’re excited to be showcasing at the Meatup event. Many customers are interested in the processes and machinery that keep their lines running behind the scenes. This event gives us a valuable opportunity to engage with them and discuss how they can best achieve their objectives with Yamato’s checkweighers and range of weighing machines.

“This year we are aiming to showcase how we can deliver a one-stop-shop solution in the meat processing and packaging sector.”

Yamato Scale Dataweigh UK has recently introduced next day delivery of spare parts to its customers for ranges of multihead weighers and checkweighers.

The service has been introduced to solve the issues of plant managers often resorting to the use of cheaper parts to get the machines running.