Sesotec Canada expands to new facility in Guelph Ontario
New facility includes demo centre for product testing and customer training, and imporoved support for North American customers
Sesotec Canada Ltd. is a subsidiary of Sesotec GmbH, the Germany-based manufacturer of metal detectors, x-ray inspection systems and sorting systems. For over four years, Sesotec Canada was based in Cambridge, about 90 km west of Toronto. As of 1 April, Sesotec Canada has moved from Cambridge to Guelph.
According to the company, they are expanding rapidly and the premises available in Cambridge became too small to cope. For this reason the company made the decision to move to Guelph, about 75 km south-west of Toronto. Situated only one hour's drive from Canada's largest airport in Toronto, the new location at 275 Hanlon Creek Boulevard Unit 3 provides enough space for offices, a meeting room and a showroom with demo equipment.
Metal detection, x-ray inspection, and check weighing systems will be available for product testing and customer training. In addition, the new location also houses on-site spare parts storage, making it possible to quickly support customers with a range of services.
Doug Pedersen, Director of Sales Sesotec Canada, said: "Sesotec Canada aims to better meet the needs of the food, plastics and recycling industries. We possess the technological and application-specific expertise to detect foreign materials and help companies produce safe products that are free of contaminants. This ensures that both consumers and the brand image are safely protected. Sesotec has thousands of systems for contaminant detection and sorting installed around the world, making it one of the leading manufacturers and the only one to offer such a broad and flexible range of products."
For over 40 years, Sesotec has been working in close cooperation with customers from very different industries and using innovative and reliable technologies to develop practical, cost-efficient solutions for product inspection, metal detection and materials sorting in the food, plastics and recycling industries.