Multivac launches new web site

by MEAT&POULTRY Staff
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KANSAS CITY, MO. – Multivac, Inc. announced on March 2 the launch of a new web site dedicated to its Certified Pre-owned and Remanufactured equipment business at http://www.multivacresale.com/. Those interested in purchasing pre-owned or Remanufactured Multivac equipment can find full details and instructions at this Web site.

"We have built an online destination where business owners can browse our listings and select the machine that best fits their needs," says Tom Ritter, director of manufacturing, Multivac, Inc. "Only Multivac can provide full manufacturer certification for pre-owned Multivac packaging machines. We have chosen a select group of machines which are now completely certified, come with full warranties, and are ready for immediate installation on the packaging line."

Machines selected for remanufacturing are completely disassembled, sanitized and restored to OEM standards at Multivac’s US manufacturing facility in Kansas City, Mo. In remanufacturing, Multivac follows the same strict guidelines as its factory in southern Germany where the machines are originally produced. This is done using genuine Multivac parts to provide years of reliable service and to keep machine uptime the highest in the industry.

"Our goal is to offer our equipment at all price point levels and to give our customers options when looking to expand or increase productivity," says Ritter. "With this Web site visibility, we hope to make that process even easier for them."

The new site offers details on Multivac’s remanufacturing process as well as search functions by machine type and location. For more information, visit
http://www.multivacresale.com/ or call 800-800-8552.

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