For 50 years...
Marchant Schmidt has grown by offering the food and dairy industry quality processing equipment and services. Two divisions within the company allow us to better serve our customers. While the company is driven by innovation, quality has been its cornerstone. Learn more.
With the recent acquision between Marchant Schmidt Inc. and tna of Australia's cheese converting division, we offer parts and service for Wright Pugson cheese cutting and converting lines.
As of January 1, 2013, Marchant Schmidt Europe (MSE) opened its facility in Bromsgrove (near Birmingham) in the United Kingdom. The company has successfully formed a U.K. based entity that is focused on expanding the MSI product line further into Europe. The MSE European hub was developed to support our international customer base and international sales representatives promoting MSI products in European countries. The new Bromsgrove facility is equipped with ample office space for the European sales and service staff, a product testing area/showroom, and a stockroom to house spare parts. Heading up this facility is Operations Director, Andrew Davis.
Making it's debut at Booth #E-7103 in Chicago at the Pack Expo International November 2 - 5, 2014!
INTRODUCING... VCS Portion Cutting System
Marchant Schmidt, Inc. has developed a revolutionary fixed weight cheese cutting system that maximizes yield, minimizes, giveaway, and produces higher rates of throughput. The VCS portion block cutting system has integrated the latest in block scanning optimization with the use of laser sensors and/or cameras that can view all sides of the block. This system can be offered with a variety of cutting options including single or dual lane depending on required product throughput; and either a 640# block cutting module or a 40# block infeed conveyor. MORE INFORMATION
Marchant Schmidt Celebrating 50 Year Journey to Success
Celebrating 50 years of service to the food, dairy and beverage industries, Marchant Schmidt, Inc. (MSI), a third generation manufacturing facility.... read more