Meyn to display poultry processing solutions at IPPE 2019

meyn 29 1For the poultry processing industry, labour has now become a critical issue with rising poultry consumption while unemployment rates are low. (Image source: Meyn)Meyn will participate in the International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE) 2019 to take place in Atlanta, Georgia USA, at the Georgia World Congress Centre from 12-14 February 2018

At the IPPE, Meyn will showcase its latest technology in processing equipment from live bird handling to deboning for a wide variety of line speeds and bird sizes - allowing its customers to achieve a high level of productivity with minimal labour.

For the poultry processing industry, labour has now become a critical issue with rising poultry consumption while unemployment rates are low. Poultry processors around the world, especially in the US, face many labour challenges.

During the trade show, poultry processors will discover Meyn’s solutions that address labour challenges such as labour shortage, labour safety and quality and consistency of working.

The high level of productivity with minimal labour

Customers see unique benefits from this unrivalled deboning solution. It’s still the only solution available that can harvest all fillets and tender products automatically at the highest capacity. The result is a significantly minimised dependency on labour skills and labour availability.

The new Meyn Rapid Plus breast deboner M4.1 increases the capacity up to 7,000 bph while reducing the footprint up to 16 per cent. The modular design and set up allow for an optimum TCO while saving up to 33 full-time employees per shift.

The Meyn Rapid Plus breast deboning concept has been globally accepted and proven to be very successful. At the IPPE Meyn will also present a sneak preview of the Rapid Semi-Automatic loading solution in addition to the Rapid Plus.

More consistency in poultry processing

Meyn provides the latest innovation for the Physic and Flex Plus cut up lines M3.0 for an unchallenged performance within numerous modules that can process up to 7,500 birds per hour. The new design of modules provides top performance both in accuracy and quality of cuts with a weight range increasing from one-2.5 kg to 3.2 kg for grillers.

Labour safety at the processing line

The Meyn evisceration equipment has been optimised by implementing the new ECP 1.1 concept. All machines are now fully covered with safety doors for total enclosure. Therefore, infeed guide adjustments can be made without opening the safety doors making for easier and safer operation at high-speed processing lines. In addition, fine-tuning adjustments can be made when the machine is running for maximum uptime and high yield.

Meyn will be showcasing at the building B, at booth 5413 at IPPE 2019.

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