Linxis North American Technology Center Opens in Kansas City

Shick Esteve recently announced the opening of the Linxis North American Technology Center combining the equipment process capabilities and expertise of LINXIS Group company partners—DIOSNA, Unifiller and VMI. The technology center is utilized for the testing and demonstration of the latest in ingredient automation, mixing and pre-dough technologies, as well as process control and IIoT technology.

Technology Center Features:

– Dry and liquid ingredient automation

– Dry powder blending

– Pre dough and fermentation technology

– Grain soaking and delivery systems

– Continuous mixing technologies

– Vertical batch mixing

– Latest in integrated data and process control

“The Linxis North American Technology Center was designed and built to show our current and prospective customers how the latest in ingredient automation, dough technology and process controls can benefit their business. Customers can test specific aspects of automated ingredient systems, mixing and dough technology, all the way to a complete proof of concept from ingredient delivery through mixing and baking,” said Jason Stricker, director of sales and marketing.

The expansion of our existing 3,500 sq. ft. test lab into a temperature-controlled joint testing, training, and education center boasts many equipment and process updates. The nearly 15,000 sq. ft. facility also functions as Shick Esteve’s North American Research and Development Center.

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