Global Industries, Inc. has announced that the Ezee Dry Bin System designed and manufactured by its MFS/York/Stormor division has been named a recipient of a 2017 AE50 award for innovative designs in engineering products or systems for the food and agricultural industries. The AE50 awards are presented annually by the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE).
With its’ newly designed easy-to-erect roof plenum structure, highly efficient and effective drying system, and state-of the art automation with sophisticated control system; the Ezee Dry system brings to market an in-bin drying system that provides safe, easy, and sustainable drying and long term storage for farmers.
MFS President Dan Faltin agreed. “The engineering teams at MFS and all Global Industry divisions are singularly focused on making our product as productive and efficient as possible,” he said, “and in developing new and creative ways to make our customers lives better and allow them to maximize the profits from their hard-earned efforts.”
The Ezee Dry system will be featured in the January/February 2017 edition of ASABE’s magazine Resource: Engineering & Technology for a Sustainable World.
Companies from around the world submit entries to the annual AE50 competition and up to 50 winning entries are chosen by a panel of international engineering experts. The award emphasizes the role of new products and systems in bringing advanced technology to the marketplace to assist farmers, food processors and equipment manufacturers increase efficiency, enhance quality, improve safety and increase profits.
ASABE is an international scientific and educational organization dedicated to the advancement of engineering applicable to agricultural, food and biological systems.
Global Industries, Inc, headquartered in Grand Island, NE, operates four divisions that specialize in the design, manufacture and distribution of grain storage, handling and conditioning products, as well as other agricultural-related equipment and services worldwide. Those divisions include MFS/York/Stormor in Grand Island; Nebraska Engineering Company (NECO) in Omaha, NE; Hutchinson/Mayrath in Clay Center, KS and Sentinel Building Systems in Albion, NE