Unitherm Food Systems was recently featured in Tulsa World. The article focuses on our history of innovation in thermal food processing, as well as our close partnership with the Robert M. Kerr Food and Agricultural Products Center at Oklahoma State University.
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One could easily drive past Unitherm Food Systems and have no idea that inside the nondescript buildings on the south side of Bristow is a high-tech, international corporation.
More than 60 percent of the processing units built here are shipped overseas. Unitherm has similar plants in Meerssen, Netherlands, and Bangkok, Thailand.
“When it comes to food processing equipment, we would be one of the largest in the world,” said Todd Olmstead, a sales rep for the company. “We work with our customers to design and manufacture to their needs.
“We build anything to heat or cool a food product to fully finished ready meals.”
What does that mean? Unitherm produces machines for some of the largest food companies in the world — most of them designed and produced at the plant in Bristow.