Exclusive: BCH records strong Interpack performance with its confectionery systems

UK-based equipment group BCH has revealed a strong response to its appearance this past week at Interpack, with the business showcasing a selection of its present machinery portfolio at the event, reports Neill Barston.

The Whitworth firm, which has produced a broad range of systems including liquorice production lines, as well as ranges targeting additional fruit cooking and extruded healthier confectionery markets,  as well as venturing into manufacturing equipment for CBD jellies and jam for a wide range of sweet treats.

As Stuart Grogan, operations director for the Lancashire firm explained, the company gained a positive response from visitors to this year’s show in Dusseldorf, Germany, which concludes tomorrow (10 May), having begun last Thursday.

He said: “The team is thrilled to be back in Düsseldorf after 6 long years without the one of the worlds flagship shows and have been overwhelmed by the level of interested in our food and confectionery process systems during the show.

“A healthy mix of both new and existing customers have visited our stand and we are looking forward to processing all these enquiries, growing existing and forming new exciting partnerships around the world. In the absence of Interpack, the business had continued with its ongoing development of ensuring we deliver the most energy efficient, hygienic and product specification meeting equipment to conform with these constant growing trends and expectations in our market.”

In addition, he added that the past 12 months have been extremely busy, as well as offering key challenges as the business continues to grapple with shortages in the electronics supply chain. But in spite of this, the business explained that its strategies have ensured that we have been able to deliver all its projects to a successful conclusion and with minimum disruption.

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