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November 2020 / 37 Schenck Process Schenck Process 7901 NW 107th Terrace Kansas City, MO 64153 Phone: 816-891-9300 Fax: 816-891-8336 800-821-2476 americas@schenckprocess.com www.schenckprocess.com/us Number of employees: U.S. 588 Worldwide: 2,500 Date founded: 1965 Company Description For more than 50 years, Schenck Process has engineered cut- ting-edge technologies and solu- tions across the bulk material handling spectrum, delivering unmatched precision and accuracy for dry powder pneumatic con- veying, mixing, blending, milling, sifting, screening, weighing, and feeding with additional expertise in dust collection. Through its inte- gration of the Mac Process, Schenck AccuRate, Kemutec, Raymond Bart- lett Snow and Stock Equipment brands, Schenck Process boasts a streamlined business model that enables it to deliver a unified pro- cess solution for customers in every corner of the world. Markets Served • Food • Chemical • Plastics • Pharmaceutical • Agriculture • Pet Food • Brick • Cement • Gypsum • Steel • Grain Facilities • Five North American locations with test labs at multiple sites • Network of 33 locations world- wide with multiple offices • 22 state-of-the art assembly facilities throughout the world • Over 30 worldwide services bases offering customer focused support Technical Services At Schenck Process, everything we do is centered on customer sat- • Screeners • Mixers/Blenders • Mills • Dust Collectors • Filter Media • Screw Feeders • Vibratory Feeders • Weighbelts • Bulk Bag Unloaders • Belt Scales • Bag Dumps • Mass Flow Meters • Process Controls isfaction. We strive to make your equipment and systems robust and efficient. Our project management teams become an extension of your business with a direct line of com- munication to the many resources within the Schenck Process global network. Your Schenck Process Team will take command of the design/build process from the proj- ect kick-off all the way to process commissioning. Test Centers Test centers equipped to simulate loss-in-weight feeding, refilling, weighing, dilute and dense phase conveying, mixing and blending and air filtration help to confirm the configured design meets the most efficient, economical method of processing your material ahead of time. Major Products • Dilute Phase Conveying • Dense Phase Conveying • Airlocks • Diverter Valves • Sifters

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