INNOVATION AND LEADERSHIP IN
MEAT PROCESSING SYSTEMS
As global demand on the sector
increases, New Zealand processing
equipment company Milmeq continues
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to demonstrate industry leadership
with its meat processing systems.
As experts in process design, overhead
conveyor systems and abattoir
processing systems, Milmeq’s knowledge
of the industry is extensive. With
more than 60 years of experience
working alongside processors to
develop greenfield plants, brownfield
upgrades, re-configurations and extension,
Milmeq has helped companies
all over the world to increase their
throughput and efficiency.
Milmeq has long been recognised
for innovation in overhead conveying,
having pioneered the inverted dressing
system for sheep-processing and
developed the 3D bi-planer conveyor
system to allow transport of carcasses
in any direction.
The company’s conveying systems are
custom-designed and manufactured
to suit all manner of configurations,
including varying carcass type, weight
and size, a full range of throughput
rates and operations under pneumatic
or electronic control.
The company also offers complete
abattoir processing systems for beef,
sheep and other small stock.
Design is based on process and site
requirements, and Milmeq manufactures
the conveyor system and
selected other equipment, combining
with equipment from other specialist
suppliers to deliver a fully integrated,
Australian beef processor and exporter
Kilcoy Pastoral Company has seen
first-hand the benefits of Milmeq’s
solutions. The company recently
undertook a project to redevelop its
slaughter floor, to expand its beef
processing capacity, and enhance the
quality and consistency of its products.
Milmeq delivered an innovative design
that extended Kilcoy’s processing
capacity by 60% to 130 carcasses per
hour, with only an 18% increase in
floor area. General manager operations
Shane Clancy says the upgrade was
integral to achieving Kilcoy’s ongoing
commitment to providing high quality
beef to the world market.
“We particularly valued their design
expertise and commitment to delivering
a solution that meets our present
and future needs,” he says.
In the meat processing
industry, business success
can be measured by the
ability to increase both
operating efficiency and