LEDUC – Canada’s largest exporter of Indian food, Aliya’s Food Limited, introduced a tailored automated solution to increase outputs on their Chef Bombay Samosa packaging line.
Having gone from a single machine that could manufacture 40,000 samosas a day back in 2000, Chef Bombay now has eleven machines producing over 400,000 samosas a day in their facility. Their next step in innovation is incorporating a fully automated packaging line, the system is designed for a production rate of 850 kg/hour.
Remtech Systems and Cam | Industrial are designing a tailored automated packaging system to replace the current packaging process which involves manually counting samosas and hand sealing bags. The fully automated system will be installed in Aliya’s new facility in Edmonton in June 2021.
The new system is utilizing Aliya’s existing conveyors and introducing industrial robotics from ABB to further increase productivity. Remtech Systems has provided engineering and design services, with the installation, commissioning, and planned maintenance provided by Cam | Industrial.
“The growing popularity of Indian food and samosa in particular have given us the momentum to expand over the past 20 years and the continued demand has us looking into more automated solutions to continue for the next 20 years. Adding this automation to our packing line removes some of the most repetitive jobs for people and will give us an opportunity to free up our team members for more skilled positions. Working with Remtech and Cam | Industrial through this design process has been effortless due to their expertise in the area. We are looking forward to working with them on future projects.”– Noorudin Jiwani, co-founder, Chef Bombay
Having made several automation advancements in their facility over the last 20 years, Aliya Foods has a long history of growth and innovation, making them a competitive leader in Alberta’s Food and Beverage Industry.
Aliya’s Foods Limited is a family owned and operated business specializing in authentic Indian cuisine manufactured in a state-of-the-art automated facility in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Incorporated in 2000, they have become the leading food manufacturer specializing in ready-to-eat authentic Indian cuisine, from family recipes passed down through the generations.
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