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Brisbane-based company BioSteam will expand its distribution of Keith Handy Design’s (KHD) conveyor belt cleaning systems into Malaysia, Singapore, and New Zealand.

The family-owned company has been an Australian distributor for commercial and industrial vapour steam systems for more than 15 years, and has been announced as a finalist for the Awards of Excellence at AUSPACK 2019.

According to Neil Hodkinson, founder and managing director of BioSteam, KHD’s belt cleaners “revolutionise” cleaning in place.

“KHD systems are a game changer for a lot of dry goods manufacturers, cleaning and sanitising using less than 30 litres of water in an hour – who doesn't like that?

“We offer consistent cleaning results: chocolate, oils, bread crumbs, flour – our innovative cleaning systems are adaptable for multiple purposes. With a growing national and international reputation, KHD is just a perfect supply partner.”

Keith Handy, founder of KHD, said the partnership with BioSteam has been a fruitful one, and he looks forward to continuing to grow their alliance.

“BioSteam was one of the first companies to embrace KHD’s product range. It is through close collaboration and sharing of experience backed up with first class customer support that has given us confidence to expand BioSteam’s outreach for KHD in the region.

“We work as a team, and like all successful teams, we share the same values and vision,” he said.

BioSteam will partner with UMS Corporation in Malaysia and Singapore.

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