February 16, 2017

16/02/2017: Lewis-Goetz, an ERIKS company, to highlight solutions for the grain handling industry at GEAPS Exchange 2017

North America–owned company, Lewis-Goetz, will display its solutions for the grain handling industry at booth #1227 during the Grain Elevator and Processing Society (GEAPS) Exchange 2017 tradeshow

The event will take place from February 26–28, at the Kansas City Convention Center in Kansas City, Missouri.
 
Image: Ian Sane

Lewis-Goetz (formerly RBH Mill & Elevator) has been a one-stop shop for more than 10,000 grain, seed, milling, and fertiliser companies since 1975.

From nearly 90 locations throughout the US and Canada, Lewis-Goetz offers a variety of product solutions ranging from conveyor belts, bucket elevators, and augers to fasteners, drag chain and paddles, splicing equipment, sprockets, and other accessories.

Tom Pruess, inside sales representative for Lewis-Goetz, said his company’s vast product catalog, industry knowledge, and response time are qualities that customers value and trust.

“Our team at Lewis-Goetz offers decades of experience in the grain handling industry,” Mr Pruess says.

“Customers quickly realise they are working with a company that understands their business and unique needs. In addition to our locations across the US, we have three facilities in the Midwest and Great Plains that are dedicated to the grain industry and can provide reliable support and quick turnaround.”

Lewis-Goetz also will showcase Inertech’s line of INERTEX® gaskets and sealants for manways and process piping applications.

INTERTEX® products are made from expanded polytetrafluoroethylene (ePTFE, commonly known as TEFLON®) to provide the industry’s tightest seal, minimizing leakage and fugitive emissions under the most demanding conditions.

In addition, Lewis-Goetz carries a variety of specialized industrial hoses, fittings, and safety equipment for the grain industry.

Read more HERE.
 

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