Tuesday 13th April 2021
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Scott Technology Limited is pleased to announce a further multi-million dollar contract win within the meat industry to design and build a lamb boning system for one of Australia’s largest meat processors, Thomas Foods International (TFI).
The significant $10 million investment by TFI will deliver improved product quality and increased yield of high value cuts. The system utilises advanced x-ray and vision technology to deliver a high accuracy of cutting, while also bringing significant developments in health and safety by removing much of the heavy cutting activities.
Scott CEO John Kippenberger, said: “We are proud to be partnering with TFI on this project which utilises Scott’s demonstrated capabilities in this area.
"Like many industries, the meat processing industry in Australasia and the United States continues to grapple with the challenges of improving worker safety while increasing yields, at the same time as struggling with major issues around labour availability. Scott’s world leading automation and robotic systems provide a solution to these significant challenges facing businesses around the world.”
Scott’s lamb processing technology has proven its value at over 13 processing plants across Australasia. This contract adds to Scott’s already growing work volumes as global demand for its unique, world leading lamb automation system continues.
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