Following a change in Government, the Chancellor announced some significant changes in order to bring Capital allowances closer to depreciation rates adopted by companies. Therefore for Limited companies which have an accounting date ending on or after 31st March 2012 or 6th April 2012 (sole traders / partnerships), the Annual Investment Allowance (AIA) will be reduced from £100,000 per annum to £25,000 per annum.
With the change happening in the next financial year, if you have not already taken advantage of this increased AIA, now is the time to replace equipment that is coming to the end of its life, or purchase new equipment to help increase your Companies turnover and profits.
Superior Food Machinery (SFM) is one of the UK’s major suppliers of food processing and packaging machinery and with nearly 30 years experience in the market and we are the ideal company to deal with when it comes to replacing or purchase equipment, we provide an after sales backup that meets the standards of ISO 9001: 2008.
We stock a wide range of equipment ranging from burger presses to industrial mincing machines, and can cater for most companies needs and also accept your old machines in part exchange.
We are the UK agent for the Kolbe range of bandsaws, mincers and mixer grinders, which are highly regarded across the industry. Something which makes Kolbe a unique manufacturer is the perfection achieved in everything they do. When Kolbe build a machine the main concern is that it is without doubt the best in the following categories: machines performance; reliability; easily cleanable; user safety and cosmetic appearance.
So if you are looking to replace your bandsaw, mincer or mixer grinder with a machine built to last with German manufacturing quality then look no further than SFM and Kolbe.
If you are looking to replace your old dicing machine, purchase a new one or increase your production of ‘hand diced fresh meat’ then Superior Food Machinery should be your first point of call.
We are the UK agents for Foodlogistik dicing machines which can provide that hand diced result most processors are looking for. Many dicing machines on the market attempting to dice fresh meat results in the cubes being joined by sinew, and to get round this processors have to temper the meat (taking time and costing money), this is where the Foodlogistik dicers pay for themselves. They use a four dimensional pre-compression which simply holds the meat firm while it is being cut, as well as using probably the longest thinnest cutting grid blades in dicers of a similar size. These two features result in an extremely clean cut through the meat and sinew leaving the cubes individual with a hand diced appearance.