Cablevey Conveyors is a global manufacturer of tubular drag conveyor systems based in Iowa, United States. A market-leader in enclosed conveyance systems, Cablevey has installations in more than 65 countries, including China, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam. Its technology is known for food-safe, efficient, and low-energy consumption performance for some of the most demanding applications in the material handling sector.
In 2023, the company expects to see a two-digit growth in the food and beverage sector and investments begin to pick up as travel restrictions ease and COVID cases drop. The opportunities are now also more palpable.
Fernando Oliveira, International Sales Director, Cablevey Conveyors
In an interview with Fernando Oliveira, International Sales Director at Cablevey Conveyors, he said: “We work in several markets in the beverage industry worldwide, and we understand that all of them, in different ways, will benefit from 2023’s new panorama. The main markets on our radar are: Snacks, Breakfast Cereals, Pasta, Rice, Coffee, Beer, and Teas among others.”
The tubular drag conveyor system from Cablevey is designed to handle such products, and even nuts, fresh produce, and powdered soups. The system gently moves products through a sealed, enclosed tube using a drag cable and circular discs pulled through on a loop. As the tube is enclosed, it can undergo wet cleaning that flushes out all not only debris, dirt and even allergens, from the system. This ensures better food safety and reliability.
Tubular drag conveyor system
Cablevey is optimistic of growth in Southeast Asia’s F&B market. “We do have big expansion plans for Asia and Southeast Asia, and this will result in capital expansion.” To generate investments in new solutions, the company will also increase its network of local agents in the region. “We are starting a local hub with spare parts and service to better assist the local Asia/SEA markets,” Oliveira said.
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