Nimo-KG returns to the world’s most important trade fair for the meat industry, IFFA, and presents two bestsellers that streamline the production process for manufacturers in the meat industry – the hydraulic unloader SKV 300 HA-T and the belt-driven lift SK 800 MKB.
“These are two of our newest machines which have been extremely popular over the past year, particularly in the meat industry. The belt-driven lift is suitable for manufacturers with demanding production processes and high hygiene requirements. The hydraulic unloader is an improved version of our wagon unloader,” says Martin Olsson, Managing Director of Nimo-KG.
Over the years, Nimo-KG’s lifting and emptying equipment has made the company from southern Sweden a well-known name in the food industry, especially in the meat sector. Previous participations of Nimo-KG in IFFA resulted in several orders, including from Hong Kong and Singapore. More than 60,000 visitors from 140 different countries come to the IFFA.
“IFFA is a unique meeting place for the international meat industry with exhibitors and visitors from all over the world. The aim is to network with both potential end customers and resellers on the international market. It is also a valuable opportunity for us to receive feedback and suggestions from the industry. Bespoke solutions and machines are our specialty, so it is valuable to get end-user opinions.”
Experts for tailor-made and customized solutions
Nimo-KG supplies tailor-made solutions for internal product handling to customers all over the world. Since its foundation, the company has continuously developed its range of machines and equipment and adapted it to the most diverse customer needs. Nimo-KG accompanies the customer from start to finish and also takes care of possible adjustments and additions.
“Customer customization is our strength. Container sizes, discharge heights and available space are always different, so we design and build each machine individually,” says Martin Olsson, Managing Director of Nimo-KG.
Visit Nimo-KG at the IFFA in Hall 8.0, Stand F97.