N. American Tech Outlook: Satake
July 01, 2003
by Emily Buckley
is a research-driven organization with a leading position in the design, manufacture and supply of innovative cereal milling equipment and systems throughout the world.
In addition to its headquarters and research base in Hiroshima, Japan, the company has wholly owned subsidiary operations and sales offices in Houston, Texas; Toronto, Canada; Porto Alegre, Brazil; and in most other regions of the world.
Satake supplies a comprehensive range of core and accessory equipment to suit conventional and specialist milling processes. The PeriTec specialist milling processes are available for the production of high quality bread-making flours, durum semolina and starch flours. Degerming and debranning systems are also available for other cereals, such as maize and barley.
Since 1896, when Riichi Satake developed the first power-driven rice milling machine, the company has remained a pre-eminent producer of rice processing equipment.
Satake acquired ESM of Houston, Texas, in 1992 to broaden the company’s product range to offer a comprehensive range of color sorting equipment.
No project is too small or too large for the versatile teams of Satake specialist designers and technologists to handle. Satake supplements its own extensive research facilities by sponsoring work in leading universities and other research and development centers to remain at the forefront of milling technology for the benefit of its customers and the communities they serve.
Satake’s key objective is to offer innovative solutions to benefit its customers know-how and to provide the most cost-effective resolution for their requirements.
Houston, Texas, 77036 U.S.