Achieve the ultimate speed, accuracy and reliability in your poultry packing line
In the high-speed business of poultry processing, Ishida developments in packing are currently boosting profits at state-of-the-art factories worldwide.
Packing chicken and turkey can be slow and cumbersome, with complex grading equipment tying up large numbers of workers and vast amounts of factory space.
Revolutionary approaches from Ishida that save time, money and space include systems based on multihead weighers working with compact packing/batching tables.
Checkweigher technology has also been combined with packing/batching tables in unique intelligent systems.
In their simplest mode, these versatile systems carry out grading by weight. At the other extreme, they can produce fixed-weight batches within set tolerances and pre-determined piece counts, while allowing overlapping of grades and priorities.
Ishida equipment handles all the pieces associated with standard cut-up patterns, as well as more challenging products such as chicken livers.
Click on the options below for more information:
Related Case Studies
Ishida X-Ray Solution Provides an Important Step Towards Bone-Free Chicken Breasts and Thighs
Three Ishida IX-G2 Dual Energy X-ray inspection systems are providing effective quality control for chicken breast fillets and deboned thigh meat produced at the Haerland factory of Norway-based Nortura, an agricultural co-operative and the largest supplier of meat and eggs in Norway.
Flexible Ishida Systems Support Efficient Poultry Operation
Ishida Europe has installed a flexible and space efficient high-performance solution for the accurate weighing and packing of chicken legs and drumsticks at one of the UK’s leading food companies Faccenda Foods. Faccenda enjoys a reputation for innovation in the poultry industry. A key driver in the business is a commitment to continually seek ways to improve quality.
Major Saudi Poultry Processor now Well Equipped to Meet Present and Future Demands
Almarai’s launch in 2009 of Alyoum, its brand of premium chicken products, involved the purchase of a factory and farming site in Ha’il Province, where the company first came into contact with Ishida. Almarai is confident that its new 37,500 bird-per-hour plant, built as a turnkey project, can more than keep pace both with growing demand and with changing consumer preferences.