Australia’s tna set to showcase automated systems at ProSweets
The Australian-headquartered tna group has confirmed that it will showcase a series of its key automated solutions and systems for use with confectionery at next month’s ProSweets trade fair in Cologne, Germany.
With NID as part of firm’s family of brands, the business now offers a complete range of turnkey equipment for a variety of confectionery production needs from kitchens, starch conditioning, moguls and finishing, all the way through distribution, packaging and more.
Visitors to ProSweets will be able to speak to tna’s confectionery experts and find out how the newly upgraded NID forté MHP 3 starch mogul can help them achieve higher speeds, greater flexibilities and advanced production efficiencies – all while delivering some of the highest sanitation standards.
A fully integrated and automated solution, comprising feeder, starch buck, depositor and stacker, the NID forte MHP 3 processes a multitude of single and multilayer starch-moulded products such as gums, jellies, marshmallows, fondant creams and liquorice, including striped and centre-in-shell products.
With its automatic starch gate, a modular depositor frame and high speed turntable demoulding, the NID forte MHP 3 has been developed for high performance, product versatility and reliability. To further improve operational efficiencies and ensure the equipment adheres to the highest hygiene and safety standards, NID moguls are ATEX-compliant and are available in a stainless-steel design.
To date, the company has installed a total of 14,000 systems installed across more than 120 countries. The business provides a comprehensive range of products including materials handling, processing, cooling and freezing, coating, distribution, seasoning, weighing, packaging, inserting and labelling, metal detection, verification and end of line solutions.
In other events for the company, founders Alf and Nadia Taylor have been awarded with the 2018 Ethnic Business Award in the “Medium to Large Business” category.
Established in 1988, the accolades are one of Australia’s longest running business awards and were founded to recognise and reward the contribution of migrants to the Australian economy.
The award was presented to the couple from tna by Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison at a gala dinner marking the 30th anniversary of the honours. They were commended for their entrepreneurship, personal dedication, global economic success and their contribution to the economy, and community through their philanthropic work.