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AMP-Rose – The Specialist in Confectionery Plant and Equipment

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AMP-Rose – The Specialist in Confectionery Plant and Equipment

January 25
21:52 2012

UK-based AMP-Rose is one of the world’s leading suppliers of processing and packaging machinery for the chocolate, confectionery, candy, biscuit and wafer industries. The company supplies new, used and rebuilt equipment, ranging from single machines to full turnkey lines.

AMP Rose manufactures machines for the production and packaging of hard candies. Picture shows ‘CF4’ sweet forming machine.

Employing over 100 people, AMP-Rose operates from its main factory at Gainsborough in Lincolnshire, supplemented by another factory for parts and some machinery in Bangalore, India. About 80% of the British engineering company’s products are exported to more than 80 countries world-wide.

Supply of New Machinery

AMP-Rose manufactures a wide range of new machinery from the cooking all the way through to the packaging of the product. This includes such categories as cut and wrap lines for all styles of wrapping – twist, fold, ‘Bazooka’, ‘whirl’, lollipop, pillow and stick pack, at speeds of up to 1,000 individual pieces/minute.

The company also manufactures machines for the process and packaging of hard candies that would include such machines as; the ‘1300’ continuous batch vacuum cooker, the ‘CF4’ sweet forming machine, and the ‘7IST’ double twist and ‘CO-90\C Miniflow’ pillow-pack wrapping machines.

A close-up view of the CF4.

AMP-Rose is also the agent for a number of companies that can supply chocolate processing machinery, lollipop lines, and horizontal form, fill and seal machinery. Its laboratory range of confectionery machines is particularly useful for trials and small-scale production.

Used/rebuilt Machinery

AMP-Rose is one of the world’s largest dealers in used confectionery and chocolate machinery. It is able to supply machines in ‘as is’, ‘good working order’, ‘reconditioned’, or ‘fully rebuilt’ condition, according to the customer’s budget and specific requirements. All of the company’s new and fully rebuilt machines carry a comprehensive 12 months guarantee.

AMP-Rose’s engineers are experienced with many brands and types of processing and packaging machines, which allows the company to supply almost any machine required in the confectionery manufacturing process.

“Over the last couple of years, rebuilt machinery has become more popular,” explains Adam Malpass, sales and marketing executive at AMP-Rose. “Due to the economic climate, many companies have looked for alternatives to new machines. What customers have found is that our rebuilt machines are built to a ‘like new’ standard, so they gain the same performance and longevity as a new one but at a fraction of the cost.”

Spare Parts and Service

AMP-Rose is one of the world’s largest dealers in used confectionery and chocolate machinery. A fully rebuilt machine from AMP-Rose carries a comprehensive 12 months guarantee.

The company has a modern and well-equipped machine shop capable of producing a wide range of engineering components to the highest degrees of accuracy. It supplies spare parts for all ‘Rose’ and ‘Forgrove’ candy machines. AMP-Rose can also supply spare parts such as replacement cams, gears, paper knives and general running spares for many different brands.

AMP-Rose’s skilled and experienced service engineers are available for the installation and commissioning of the company’s machines, whether in the UK or abroad.

One-stop Solutions Provider

“Our capabilities of supplying new, used and rebuilt machines put us in a position to offer equipment and lines to suit each customer’s budgetary restraints. With hundreds of machines in stock, we can provide a wide selection of equipment. We can also supply lines with a mixture of new, used and rebuilt machinery.” Adam Malpass continues: “We also supply new spare parts for both our own machines and our competitors, making us a one-stop solutions provider.”

Indeed, in recent times, AMP Rose has been responsible for providing a high percentage of the snack packaging machinery currently in use throughout the UK, with the end products appearing on the shelves of all major supermarkets.

“Our engineers have decades of experience in a wide variety of confectionery and chocolate machinery, which results in high quality machines being manufactured,” he points out. “Our after sales service is of great importance to us, as this is a key area that our customers look for when purchasing machinery, and it is why we get so many repeat orders.”

For further information contact AMP-Rose, Heapham Road North, Gainsborough, Lincs, DN21 1QU, England. Tel +44 1427 611 969, Fax +44 1427 616 854, Web www.amp-rose.com.

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