Fine Food Holdings teams up with Enmin for strong results
Fine Food Holding (FFH) has used equipment from Enmin to grow from a small staff of six to over 250 employees in just seven years. FFH produces crackers with grains, fruits, nuts and herbs and its products end up on store shelves all around Australia. About 20% of its business comes from exports to the international market.
Enmin has provided a range of different equipment to Fine Food Holdings: biscuit handling systems, vibratory feeders, cheese depositing systems, biscuit breaking equipment, conveyors and operator work platforms. FFH needed equipment that could be run 24 hours a day, six days a week so reliability and uptime were a key driver in their decision of who to work with.
“One of Enmin’s key strengths is their ability to design and fabricate a customised product that suits our specific production needs. When we’ve needed a piece of equipment to solve a particular issue they’ve always taken on the challenge and ultimately provided us with a high-quality bespoke unit,” said Fine Food Holding founder Jim Leckey.
Leckey worked in FMCG prior to founding FFH so he understood that the company would be a reliable partner for the new venture.
“I’ve had a long association with Enmin spanning 15 years and in particular with General Manager Anthony Gallaher. When we started FFH we needed a range of vibratory equipment and other material handling solutions and time was of the essence. My previous dealings with Enmin provided me with the confidence that they could meet our equipment requirements and crucially our time frames. We were not let down.”
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