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Benefits from our strong partnerships

January 29
14:39 2013

Kiremko and its partner companies are recognised in the industry as one of the leading suppliers of potato processing equipment and for many years we have worked closely with Lamb Weston. Many of their plants have parts or complete lines built by Kiremko. Particularly inEuropewhere Lamb Weston has acquired existing factories which are made up predominantly of Kiremko equipment.IdahoSteel Products has been supplying blanchers, pre heaters and rotary forming equipment to the plants in North America and recently has supplied along with Kiremko some state of the art frying systems to two plants inUSA. In addition, we have also delivered frying systems to one of the European sites. Our partner Reyco also works closely with Lamb Weston, being the preferred supplier of oil recovery systems known as Oil Misers, placed after fryers and also as a supplier of liquid removal systems, air handling units and pumps for transport systems and hydro cutters. Our combined group brings a wide array of services and products to Lamb Weston and we look forward to continue to be of service to them worldwide in years to come, indeed to improve our service. Reyco has opened a new facility in Caldwell Idaho, which will mean our service crews will be four hours closer to the plants based in the North West Pacific area.

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