Heat and Control will be at ProPak Asia again this year, featuring a range of solutions for the food processing and packaging industry.

The company has exhibited at ProPak Asia shows for close to 15 years, says sales manager Ricky Ong, and has served the ASEAN region since the 1970s.

“As the premier packaging and processing show for the ASEAN region, Heat and Control sees ProPak Asia as an important event to showcase our technology to the region, and meet our existing customers and new prospects.

“With many Thai food manufacturers exporting their products globally, Heat and Control is well-versed with its own global footprint to share our wealth of experience and expertise,” said Ong.

On the stand will be solutions including the FastBack distribution system and a multi-spectrum metal detector from CEIA.

Heat and Control has been serving manufacturing companies in food industry since 1950 and is a specialist in providing turnkey processing and packaging equipment solutions.

The company offers a comprehensive range of equipment to produce snack foods such as potato chips, corn-based snacks, nuts and legumes, namkeen and french fries along with coating, frying and cooking equipment to value-add to meat, poultry and seafood products.

From concept, testing and installation, to after-sales service and support, Heat and Control says its team of technicians, engineers and product experts have the knowledge to ensure systems are up and running smoothly and are optimised for customers' product specifications.


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