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    • Intralox fund drive supports Nepal earthquake victims

      Intralox, L.L.C. has  partnered with the American Red Cross to support relief efforts to help victims of the Nepal earthquake recover and begin rebuilding their communities.

    • Intralox introduces a solution for curved conveyors

      Reducing footprint while maximizing product performance, the Intralox SERIES 2100 ZERO TANGENT™ Radius enhances conveyor reliability and allows the freedom of engineering and manufacturing flexibility.

    • Intralox Celebrates 30 Years in the United Kingdom
      Thirty years ago three employees assembled conveyor belts by hand in a small workshop in Kingswinford. Unbeknownst at the time, this workshop would lay the foundation of Intralox becoming a global leader of conveyance and innovation throughout the United Kingdom. Today, Intralox celebrates 30 years of business in the United Kingdom boasting an 11,000 square meter work area housing a growing workforce of over 100 employees.
    • Intralox expands Asia-Pacific operations
      Due to ongoing and future growth in the Asia-Pacific region, Intralox has relocated and expanded its Asia-Pacific offices in Japan and China, including its Asia headquarters in Shanghai.  Intralox’s Asia headquarters is now more than double the footprint of its previous location in China. The move follows the previous relocation of Intralox’s assembly house in Shanghai which expanded production space by 50 percent.
    • CFS Food Safety Director Offers Tips To Avoid Cross Contamination
      Recently, CFS Food Safety Director Richard Brouillette co-authored a guidance for the Grocery Manufacturers Association on Environmental Monitoring and Corrective Actions in At-risk Foods” to help food manufacturers prevent potential cross-contamination of finished products.
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