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Moody Systems to distribute Stoelting cheese making equipment

10 July 2013

Moody Systems Ltd and RELCO, LLC are delighted to announce that they have signed a sole distribution agreement for Stoelting cheese making equipment that is designed and manufactured by RELCO, LLC of Willmar, Minnesota.

Effective immediately, the agreement covers the whole of the UK and Eire and means that larger cheese manufacturers throughout the territory can now benefit from Moody Systems' complete turnkey project capability for supply, installation and commissioning of the full range of Stoelting cheese vats, cheese belts and working tables, along with all associated milk processing equipment.

Phil Doxey, Moody Systems' Sales Director, said, "The cheese and dairy market in the UK and Eire is constantly changing. This partnership with RELCO is key to providing cheese manufacturers with a full process package and will further develop Moody's already excellent relationships with the cheese manufacturing industry.” 

"The many years of experience that Moody has in the dairy industry will now be applied to our Stoelting line of equipment", says Loren J. Corle, President of RELCO, LLC. 

He goes on to say, "Now customers in the UK and Eire have a local company they can contact for sales, installation, service, and replacement parts."

The Stoelting cheese equipment package complements the extensive whey processing capability provided by Moody Systems through its existing partnership with DSS Silkeborg. For the first time, everything required from raw milk intake to whey protein concentration is now available from the single source of Moody Systems.

In addition to their expanded hardware capabilities, Moody offer a full control and automation capability through Moody Automation, who are experts in electrical engineering and software for all the major plc manufacturers including Allen Bradley and Siemens amongst others.

Upgrading existing SCADA systems, incorporation of new plant and equipment, supply and installation of new HMI units all form part of the Moody offering to UK and Eire cheese producers.

Furthermore, a complete, local after-care service for Stoelting equipment is now available through the Moody Group's extensive maintenance and spare parts facilities, with preventative maintenance packages, emergency breakdown support, and a UK-based stock holding of spare parts.

As part of the agreement, Moody Systems has recruited the well-known Stoelting cheese equipment specialist, William Beresford. With over 25 years’ experience of cheese manufacturing, William will provide continuity to contacts throughout the UK and Irish cheese market, as well as building new relationships with new customers.

William Berrisford can be contacted on 07896 273607 or by email to 

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