Coated and non coated French fry’s and wedges
- Capacity 8000 kg/hr
- Also has breading and crumbing capabilities
- PEF delivered
In July 2020 McCrum (Belfast, Maine, US) started up their new Coated French Fries production line with a capacity of 8 tons finished product an hour. The company, founded in 1886, has a rich history of adding value to the potato, from field to plate.
”This project with Kiremko and Idaho Steel was a big project for our family. Trust with Kiremko and Idaho Steel has grown from day one. Our family considers them as partners now. Although they are both global operating companies, the people of Kiremko and Idaho Steel take their projects personally. And that creates the right setting for success.”
Jay McCrum, director of McCrum, looks back on a process, from first contact to final supply. “Kiremko and Idaho Steel know how it works. They created an atmosphere where we could be ourselves, to meet the future. Our success is their goal. Both Kiremko and Idaho Steel add up to the highest standards. As a customer you feel you are a part of their partnership, offering the best of both worlds. For us it was practical to have Idaho Steel as our supplier, because of currency, time zones, local supply, and spares. But we went through the whole sales process with Kiremko. It took them not more than a few seconds to find a solution in our favor. So now we started our Kiremko/Idaho Steel production line for 8 tons of French fries an hour. Within planning, within budget. Next week we are inviting two of our key customers to come over and have a look at our newest showpiece.”
The delivery program will be expended to new and existing customers in food service and retail
We want to share in your success. Together we meet the requirements of the future.
Idaho Steel and Kiremko have been working together since 1996 and the relationschip built over the years is based on friendship, trust and a mutual love of the potato. In 2005 Reyco joined the family. Together, the 'Tri-brand' has over 50 years of experience in the potato processing industry.
Unending innovation and complete devotion to the succes of the customer guarantee that the customer always gets the best equipment, that is not only more powerful and efficient, but also low-maintenance and water and energy efficient, without sacrificing the quality of the end product.
Kiremko was founded in 1965. Kiremko’s strength is to deliver total solutions in potato processing, from the infeed of the raw product, up to the packaging line.
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Established in 1975, REYCO has developed potato processing industry standards including the EcoVac™ water removal and EcoMiser® oil recovery systems.
REYCO formed a full partnership with both Idaho Steel and Kiremko nearly 15 years ago whereby they fully license the innovations for their use as well as manufacture and provide their technologies to support mutual customers worldwide.
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Founded in 1918, Idaho Steel is committed to the potato processing business. Their reliable machines are found in most potato processing factories around the world. They supply unrivaled processing lines for the production of formed potato products, fresh mashed potatoes and potato flakes.
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