The business relationship between P.M. Mohamed Ali & Co. and Storci started some years ago, when the first line, 1000/400 Omnia, was purchased. We are proud to announce that the Sri Lankan group has decided to turn to our Company again for a new dry short pasta line, capacity 1200 kg/h. This plant can manufacture a wide range of short pasta shapes and is the outcome of an attentive planning work by Storci R&D dept which, beyond getting to a strengthening of the line, has implemented a series of specific details to make it even more reliable and performing. Which ones?
We asked Mr. Marhoof Fahmi - P.M. Mohamed Ali & Co. owner – about it.
There are some key factors that I would like to point out.
Thanks to Storci presses, the quality of our products is risen and the plant monitoring is much easier: the high technology and the quality of the components used are essential to reach such results.
Trays stacking machine. Only two words: technology & safety. For a production at its very top.
The drying phase. Storci drying system is modular, versatile and advantageous. Storci dryers have been recently re-designed, improving all the components, from both technological and technical points of view. They enable the drying of any pasta shapes, with no problem whatsoever.
Last, but not least I have to mention, is the high automation of the line itself that allows a reduction of the manpower with a subsequent management fee saving.
In general terms, the quality and reliability of their lines. Moreover, we would like to highlight the excellent service/after-sales assistance, always available and thorough: Storci team has proved to be very responsive to our needs, timely and professionally.
We are planning to boost further short pasta shapes and add a long pasta production plant in the future. In our opinion, the greatest challenge nowadays is to make people understand how pasta is a healthy and versatile product, with so many pros, making sure that it is more and more available and affordable on the market, without being forced to give up on quality.