HAVER FILLING SYSTEMS’ Ribbon Cutting & 4th Technical Symposium
Conyers/Georgia, May 13th – HAVER FILLING SYSTEMS’ Ribbon Cutting & 4th Technical Symposium – September 2 – 3, 2010
HAVER FILLING SYSTEMS, INC. has grown steadily since its establishment more than thirty years ago. We are happy to announce that after breaking ground in 2009 we will be hosting our Ribbon Cutting Ceremony in Conyers, Georgia.
Our new facility allows us to accommodate our present rate of expansion and to make room for future growth. Further we have created a framework to begin a production/assembly process.
At the same time we take this opportunity to invite our guest to attend the 4th HAVER Technical Symposium to learn the latest developments in the field of material handling, bagging and filling of dry bulk materials and liquids.
The new facility represents a milestone in the Haver history and is a declaration of faith in the U.S. market and the State of Georgia as an industrial location.
The new plant is built next to the already existing 10,000 sq ft. building by adding another 8,000 sq ft. office- and 8,000 sq ft. warehouse space.
The new facility has already opened up the production/assembly process and creates a framework for manufacturing the machine type “INTEGRA” initially. The future goal is to steady add other machine types to the manufacturing process and to convert to local production.
HAVER FILLING SYSTEMS, INC. is a subsidiary of the Machinery Division HAVER & BOECKER, a worldwide leading manufacturer of high-quality packing equipment for valve bag and open-mouth technology as well as FFS technology for dry bulk solids. The company was established in the Americas in Harrison/New York in 1977. To expand operations, HAVER FILLING SYSTEMS, INC. moved in 1989 to its own building with 4,000 square feet of office space and 6,000 square of stock area in Conyers, Georgia, only 30 miles from Atlanta.
The German based, family owned company Haver & Boecker started its business in 1925 with the manufacturing of packing machines for the cement industry and is known as trendsetting when it comes to innovative packing technology.
The announcement is an important element of the company’s overall U.S. strategy of connecting with its customers and increasing its competitiveness. It will create opportunities, which will benefit the local economy for years to come.
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