Sunday, December 10, 2023

AHS and AMP lead the way with innovative material handling and processing solutions at PPMA

Automated Handling Solutions (AHS), the leading provider of automation solutions and specialised material handling equipment comprising Spiroflow and Cablevey Conveyors, is set to join forces with Advanced Material Processing (AMP), integrating Kason Corporation and Marion Process Solutions, to showcase their material processing equipment and solutions on stand F54 at the PPMA show, on 26 – 28 September at Birmingham’s NEC.

At the exhibition, Spiroflow, representing AHS, will put on display a universal T2 bulk bag discharger and their signature flexible screw conveyor. Complementing these offerings will be an array of spirals and tubes. Cablevey will showcase its enclosed tubular drag cable and disc conveyor, designed to ensure safe, clean, and efficient material transportation. Additionally, Cablevey will introduce its groundbreaking innovation – the new Cleanvey Clean-in-Place (CIP) system – a revolutionary sanitary solution designed to automate the wet cleaning process.

Within AMP’s exhibit, Kason will present their CENTRI-SIFTER™ – a centrifugal sifter engineered to handle sifting, scalping, de-lumping and de-watering tasks for a wide range of bulk solids and slurries. Kason will also feature their leading circular vibratory screener and separator, the VIBROSCREEN®, with a multi-deck version on display. Meanwhile, representatives from Marion Process Solutions will be on hand to discuss their comprehensive range of mixing solutions.

Tom Finnegan, director of sales, AMP/AHS, said: “We’re delighted to mark our presence at the PPMA Show again this year. Visitors will get a glimpse of a comprehensive assortment of processing and material handling equipment, proudly representing all four of our brands. It’s always great to showcase the best of what we offer.”

To find out more about the AHS and AMP’s market-leading material handling and processing solutions visit

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