Kanchan Metals (P) Ltd, a leading food processing solutions company today announced the launch of their western-style snack food processing equipment in India for snacks like Corn Curls, Cheese balls, Corn Rings and Random shaped extruded snacks. The brand aims to provide global technology with local support to Indian businesses.
Kanchan Metals is a regular supplier to most leading snack food producers in India and are expecting greater industry demand with the launch of their new product line. The company’s focus is on after sales service with engineers spread across the country in order to ensure customers are able to produce round the clock with least amount of trouble.
Mr. Raghav Gupta, Director, Kanchan Metals said, “We are a Make in India enterprise and we intend to interconnect the most modern food processing technologies with locally produced auxiliary equipment with our continuous efforts to help minimise the cost of machinery and expand its scope to Indian food producers. These snack lines will help in the production of good quality western snack food, thereby also tackling the rise in demand.”
“The forthcoming festive season should witness a huge demand for processed food items and it is the right time for manufacturers to increase their capacity. Our products enjoy credibility and demand from the market for its known quality and high production standard. We believe that the Food Processing industry is a sunrise sector and is vital to India’s development and has the potential to strengthen India’s position, globally. With this, our products have a great market potential to serve the ecosystem.” – He added.
The newly launched snack processing unit has a Line capacity from 300 kg to 1.5ton/Hr. These processing lines also consist of a variety of equipment like Meal Blending, pneumatic conveying, distribution & seasoning systems that are offered by KMPL to ensure consistent production and quality.
Kanchan Metals builds these food processing machines with real-time end-user input that is very crucial in design and implementation. This is an outcome of their continuous R&D and close ties with leading snack manufacturers in India. The firm is also in line with the Government’s Make In India initiative and is actively working to bridge the gap between Indian & Foreign Manufacturing hubs.