Advanced Process Technologies, a leader in the food and dairy industry has announced another expansion at their headquarters in Cokato, Minnesota. Primarily serving North American, APT is most notably known for engineering, designing, fabricating and integrating dairy plants from milk receiving to packaging for new or existing facilities.
At the inaugural ProFood Tech at McCormick Place, Chicago on April 4-6, Advanced Process Technologies (APT) debuted their Advanced Bulk Packaging Conveyor System, part of APT’s line of Advanced Cheese Making Equipment.
As they celebrate their 15th Anniversary, APT’s dynamic team continues to develop partnerships throughout the US and Canada which lead to the addition of a fourth facility in Visalia, California. President Craig Campbell states, “Providing conceptual designs, engineered solutions and a full line of cheesemaking equipment solidifies our position in the food and dairy industry. We are very excited about the future of APT. As our industry continues to grow, we will continue to expand to meet the
APT is celebrating 15 years serving the dairy, food, and beverage industries while adding Philip Cunningham to its team as vice president: sales. Cunningham’s primary focus will be to further coordinate plans and strategies for developing new business while strengthening current customer relationships.
Advanced Process Technologies has successfully manufactured and installed its first four Advanced Finishing Vats (AFV’s). The AFV is an instrumental part of APT’s line of cheese making equipment as we continue to be committed to customer needs for product consistency with increased profits.
Dunwoody College from Minneapolis, MN has established a training center in Winsted, MN in an effort to quickly respond to the West Region’s manufacturing employment needs. “As APT continues to grow, we are always looking for skilled manufactures. I saw Dunwoody coming to our area as a terrific opportunity and immediately supported MOVE.” said President Craig Campbell.
Cokato, MN - Advanced Process Technologies commitment to complete customer satisfaction has been enhanced with the expansion of their Minnesota location. This new 15,000 square foot facility increases APT’s production area by 30% and includes a brand new state-of-the-art sandblasting area, which allows APT to sandblast large pieces of equipment.
Cokato, MN: Advanced
Process Technologies, Inc. has been certified as a manufacturer of pressurized
vessels, obtaining both the “U” stamp for new fabrication and the National
Board “R” stamp for repairs and alteration of existing pressure vessels. This
certification process is an in-depth review of a manufacturers’ quality system,
measuring their competence in the engineering, design, inspection,
documentation and record retention for all aspects of the manufacturing
Advanced Process Technologies, Inc. is pleased to announce that we have expanded our location in Jerome, ID. We have completed this expansion at a new facility that provides more office and shop space which allows us to offer an inventory of material for our customer’s needs. This location is also staffed with Process and Electrical Engineers, as well as Field Installers. Our goals are to better serve our customers with this expansion. We thank our customers for their past and future support
Advanced Process Technologies, Inc. provides quality products delivered on time and produced by a qualified team of welders committed to complete customer satisfaction. We have team members with over 20 years experience welding for the Food and Dairy industries.
Published on Sunday, February 12, 2012by developer
The US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) this week awarded a patent for a cheese process vat having an adjustable shaft seal assembly. Inventors are Paul R. Bokelmann, Craig J. Campbell and Gary L. Starkson. The patent was assigned to Advanced Process Technologies, Inc. (APT), Cokato, MN.