Congratulations to ProMach product brand Ossid who was recently named the 2021 Supplier of the Year award by JBS/Pilgrim. As a major protein company and the largest food manufacturer in the world with global processing facilities, JBS/Pilgrim gives out this prestigious award once a year to suppliers who have made the most impact on their operations.
“Receiving Supplier of the Year from the largest food company in the world is such a tremendous honor for the entire Ossid team,” said Jason Angel, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Ossid. “Customer service is one way we strengthen and build upon our partnership with all our customers, and this award is validation of our collective efforts.”
Ossid is a leader in tray overwrapping/lidding, vacuum skin packaging (VSP), horizontal form fill sealing, flow wrapping, weigh price labeling, and case scale machinery. Ossid works with customers in industries such as poultry, pork, red meat, plant-based, seafood, smoked, and processed meat for their specialized packaging needs. These customers require leak-resistant overwrappers, machines to meet strict sanitation standards and wash down environments, secure sealing, VSP skin on boards, machines flexible to meet varying film widths and thickness, material selection for specific product types, and anticipated shelf life.
Ossid also works with other ProMach product brands to solve challenging packaging situations, such as products that are difficult to handle. Partnering with Soft Robotics Inc., ProMach product brand Quest and Ossid come together to provide packaging solutions for hot dogs, sausages, chicken wings, cucumbers, and corn. These products are notoriously difficult to handle, however, Quest provides pick & place and bulk picking systems that gently place the food items into Ossid trays. Ossid provides thermoformers and stretch wrappers to round out the customer’s solution.
Learn more about the award that Ossid received from JBM in the press release here and watch the video below to see details of the Quest robotics and Ossid machines in action.