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Mac Process and Schenck AccuRate To Merge and Be Renamed



Mac Process, a supplier of pneumatic conveying and air-filtration systems, and Schenck AccuRate, a leader in the manufacture and supply of dry material feeders and weighing technologies, have merged. Both companies are part of the global Schenck Process Group and have integrated their operations in North America under the name Schenck Process.

Manufacturing for Schenck Process will continue in Whitewater, WI and Sabetha, KS and the company headquarters will be located in Kansas City, MO. Integration efforts began in 2012, resulting in streamlined processes between the two operations, which provide pneumatic conveying, filtration, weighing, and feeding systems from one supplier.

Source: Mac Process

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