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Look Who's Joined IDFA

May 25, 2011

IDFA welcomes six new Business Partners this month. Be sure to visit Big Drum, Karl Schnell Inc. and many more IDFA members that are exhibiting at the International Dairy Show, September 19-21, in Atlanta.

Business Partners

Big Drum
947 E. Johnstown Road, Suite 263
Gahanna, OH 43230
http://www.bigdrum-usa.com
Ph: (614) 893-4874
Toll Free: (855) BIG-DRUM
Contact: Timothy L. Miller, President
(tmiller@bigdrum-usa.com)
Products/Services: Big Drum designs, builds and installs custom ice cream filling equipment. Additional services include complete ice cream novelty solutions, on-site field service, rebuilds, systems integration and engineering support.

Bio-Rad Laboratories
2000 Alfred Nobel Drive
Hercules, CA 94547
http://www.foodscience.bio-rad.com
Ph: (510) 741-5653
Fax: (510) 741-5630
Contact: Wendy Lauer, Senior Product Manager
(wendy_lauer@bio-rad.com)
Products/Services: Bio-Rad manufactures media and kits for testing for foodborne bacteria.

Burns & McDonnell Engineering Company, Inc.
9400 Ward Parkway
Kansas City, MO 64114
http://www.burnsmcd.com
Ph: (816) 822-3576
Fax: (816) 822-3452
Contact: Randy Peterson, Project Manager
(rpeterson@burnsmcd.com)
Products/Services: Burns & McDonnell is a full-service engineering, architecture, construction, environmental and consulting solutions firm.

Karl Schnell Inc.
P.O. Box 49
New London, WI 54961
http://www.karlschnell.com
Ph: (920) 982-9974
Fax: (920) 982-0580
Contact: John Mauthe, Sales Manager
(sales@karlschnell.com)
Products/Service: With over 60 years of company history, Karl Schnell is a German machinery construction company that combines fully developed technology with constant innovation. The company's activities focus on machine and systems construction for processing meat, pet food, delicatessen products, processed cheese products and confectionary. Karl Schnell offers a complete product range, from individual machines to entire production lines, from raw material acceptance to portioning.

Kline Process Systems
625 Spring Street, Suite 200
Wyomissing, PA 19610
http://www.kpsnet.com
Ph: (610) 371-0200
Fax: (610) 371-0300
Contact: Eric Milus, Director
(ericm@kpsnet.com)
Products/Services: KPS provides dairy process systems and control systems design, engineering, programming and on-site installation. Control systems services include instrumentation, PLC, HMI, SCADA, Historian and MES programming. The ProcessScope CIP electronic data-recording system supports PMO requirements for electronic data recording of CIP cycles and helps improve CIP efficiency and reduce energy usage. Engineering and mechanical installation services include new process design, process retrofits/upgrades, process skids, spray dryers, evaporators and on-site mechanical fabrication and sanitary welding.

Short Elliott Hendrickson Inc. (SEH)
418 W. Superior Street, Suite 200
Duluth, MN 55802-1512
http://www.sehinc.com
Ph: (218) 279-3000
Fax: (888) 908-8166
Contact: Scott Sannes, Principal
(ssannes@sehinc.com)
Products/Services: SEH is a multi-disciplined firm that delivers value-added funding, planning, design, engineering and balance-of-plant construction. The company's team of experts will customize solutions to address specific needs. SEH is active in developing renewable technologies, including energy from agriculture and other biomass sources, hydropower, wind and solar.

 

 
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