Italian dosing and handling specialists, PLP Systems, have recently launched their online exhibition stands, showcasing their latest, innovative solutions for a digital audience.

With the continued postponement of trade shows due to COVID-19, many companies have taken to online exhibitions in order to provide customers and industry leaders with an opportunity to better understand their solutions, and PLP Systems have launched a state-of-the-art platform that truly showcases their expert solutions to the market.

PLP Systems was founded in 1980, by three friends passionate about the farming sector they grew up in. Through their technological studies, they came to form PLP Systems and innovate the future of liquid and powder dosing systems for a variety of industries. The polished online exhibition and wide variety of solutions on display demonstrate that the company continue to grow and are leading members in the liquid and powder handling sector.

The online exhibition stand is categorised into three sections; pet food, feed and aqua feed as well as food equipment. Attendees can explore these sections in detail at a virtual booth and explore the various solutions PLP offer for a variety of processes, ranging from micro-dosing, process hygiene, liquid spraying and pellet coating.

One of the most intriguing aspects of their presentation is their new nano-dosing system for animal feeds. PLP's nano-dosing solution, the Nano-DP is designed for dosing very small batches of feed with extreme precision. These products are then forwarded onto the main batch mixer. This solution is ideal for dosing antibiotics and other medicinal materials for feed, as well as low inclusion additives.

Should attendees have any questions concerning any of the solutions on offer, contact forms are readily available for them to get in touch with a member of PLP System's expert team.

You can access the online exhibition at:

By PLP Systems

Source : Milling and Grain 


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