A great opportunity to study top quality Swedish technology for the food industry

Swedish technology company Nimo-KG is returning to the IFFA, the leading international trade fair for the food industry, which takes place in Frankfurt on 7-12 May.
The aim is to present the company’s unique production solutions and lifts for the food industry.

“The increased number of international customers proves that our products and system solutions works extremely well in the meat industry, and we hope to meet new and exciting prospects at IFFA”, says Peter Becker, Sales Manager for Germany at Nimo-KG.

Nimo-KG designs and manufactures machines for internal product handling. Over the years, the Swedish technology company’s lifting and tipping equipment has made Nimo-KG a well-known name in the food industry, and every year more than 200 machines are supplied to customers all across the world.

“The IFFA is a completely unique meeting place for the international meat industry, with visitors from all over the world, so it’s a perfect context for us. Over the six days of the fair we will demonstrate single and double column lifts together with a selection of other machines for trolley handling.”

Nimo-KGs stand is strategically placed in the hall focusing on the process industry. It is also close to other Swedish suppliers to the food industry.

“My colleagues and I extend a warm invitation to visitors to join us on our stand. We’re hoping to meet both existing and new customers, together with OEM companies, and of course we’re also looking to make contacts with new resellers on the international market”, says Peter Becker, Sales Manager for Germany at Nimo-KG.

Stand location: Hall 8, stand K43.

The IFFA is held every three years in Frankfurt, and this year takes place from 7-12 May at Messe Frankfurt.
http://iffa.messefrankfurt.com/frankfurt/en/besucher/willkommen.html?nc

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Nimo-KG in an exclusive deal with Sæplast

Nimo-KG has signed an exclusive distribution agreement with a new international partner – Sæplast. Sæplast’s products will now be sold by Nimo-KG on the Swedish market.

– We will be the sole distributor of Sæplast’s products in Sweden. It’s an excellent complement to our existing range of products, and it will enable us to deliver even better solutions to our customers in the future, says Martin Olsson, CEO of Nimo-KG.

For Sæplast, the agreement is an entry into several new markets where Nimo-KG has been an established actor for a long time.

– We chose Nimo-KG’s distributor mainly due to their vastknowledge and experience,their wide network of contacts, which are all invaluable components for us. We have previously examined the possibility of entering the Swedish market but we have not had the necessary contacts. This is an important step forward for our company, says Holmer Svansson, Sales and Marketing Manager, Sæplast.

Holmar Svansson, Marketing Manager Saeplast, and Martin Olsson, Managing Director Nimo-KG, signs the new distribution agreement.

Largest order yet delivered by Nimo-KG

The largest order in Nimo-KG’s history is now manufactured, assembled and delivered. Findus new ultramodern factory in Bjuv, Skåne was opened on June 17th with Nimo-KG constructing the complete product handling system.

When the order from Findus was announced it meant an entire annual turnover in one single order for Nimo-KG, and with the project’s completion, Torsten Palmgren is optimistic about the future.

– The order situation for the company is looking very good, we have a number of new orders coming in. The Findus order has given us real momentum and we now have an even stronger market position than before, says Torsten Palmgren, project manager at Nimo-KG.

Nimo-KG has been working with Findus since March last year, and it has been a well-functioning partnership which resulted in the delivery of a complete product handling system.

– Findus has been a great client to work with. We’ve had a good working relationship and they’ve had had confidence in us throughout the whole process. The factory hasn’t been in full production yet, but all the preparatory tests has shown excellent results. There’s always some minor adjustments but we’ve been able to handle them in time for the opening.

The construction of Findus’ new production facility and cold storage has been a real boost not only for Nimo-KG, but also for the entire region.

– We’ve tried to keep the production local as far as possible with several operators from the region working with us, It’s been positive for the district as a whole.

When the order from Findus was announced it meant an entire annual turnover in one single order for Nimo-KG, and with the project’s completion, Torsten Palmgren is optimistic about the future.

– The order situation for the company is looking very good, we have a number of new orders coming in. The Findus order has given us real momentum and we now have an even stronger market position than before, says Torsten Palmgren, project manager at Nimo-KG.

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