Food and Beverage Gears, Pulleys, Splines and Sheaves
HM Manufacturing recognizes the heightened demand for improved product efficiencies for precision machining in the food processing and beverage industry.
The food processing and beverage industry is growing faster than ever, and with growth in the industry comes demands for equipment. HM specializes in manufacturing custom advanced power transmission components such as gears, pulleys, splines, shafts and sheaves and has the capability to meet all customized specifications and requirements for the food processing and beverage industry. At HM, it is our mission to use innovative technologies that allow our customers to have a competitive edge and the ability to meet higher demands. We know that it is essential to reach your customers with a better product, which is why HM Manufacturing is a top leading manufacturer for automated solutions.
HM offers unique capabilities to increase yields, optimize line efficiencies and ensure the highest throughput, as well as, the ability to engineer and manufacture prototypes and large production runs. For the food processing and beverage systems we guarantee unparalleled operational efficiency, superior product quality, and uncompromising food safety.
Pack Expo Las Vegas 2022
Suppliers showed off new equipment at this year’s Pack Expo Las Vegas.
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