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Lekkerkerker Dairy & Food Equipment
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Specialist No. 1 in RECONDITIONED DAIRY MACHINES and cheese production. Lekkerkerker Dairy & Food Equipment is a family company, founded in 1996, specializing in equipment for processing, packaging and dairy production. Today the company is one of the largest suppliers of dairy equipment in the world. Thanks to a team of more than 70 specialists all over the world, we are renovating second-hand equipment, and we are manufacturing new and complete factories! With the help of renovation, we extend the service life of equipment from the world's leading manufacturers. The Return on Investment (ROI) is several times higher than with new equipment. Thus, Lekkerkerker Dairy & Food Equipment offers its own packaging solutions and production technologies for the following products: Yoghurt (stirred, set and Greek style) Curd Cheese (Gouda style) Processed cheese / cheese sauce and cream cheese Butter and margarine Milk (fresh, ESL, UHT) Lekkerkerker offers three options for used equipment: Complete reconditioning with warranty A check-up, or ‘good running’ Supply in factory conditions, or ‘as is’ Complete projects Lekkerkerker Dairy & Food Equipment also specializes in complete projects. From the moment the milk arrives at the factory to the packaged end product. We offer these complete projects, A to Z. A complete project consists of a combination of new equipment and possible reconditioned machinery, with all engineering, all plumbing and operation. Including machine transport, installation, start-up and employee training.

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