Marel Food Systems acquired UK based AEW Delford Systems Ltd. in 2006 – the first step in the company’s strategy to to become a leading global manufacturer of food processing equipment through rapid external growth. AEW Delford Systems was formed in 1999, bringing together three renowned companies: AEW Engineering, Thurne Engineering and Delford Sortaweigh, each of which had been a leader in its field. AEW Delford excels in high speed slicing and automatic portion control slicing and sawing machines as well as checkweighing, grading, weigh price labelling and robot portion loading.
AEW Delford’s leading products fit well with Marel Food Systems’ product range and have strengthened the group’s position in the meat sector. They have also provided an entry into new markets in cheese and case ready products. AEW Delford excels in high speed slicing and automatic portion control slicing and sawing machines as well as checkweighing, grading, weigh price labelling and robot portion loading technology - either as stand alone machines or as fully integrated systems. Its product range includes state-of-the-art equipment like PolySlicer high speed slicers, WPL automatic weigh...
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