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All-Fill filling machines continue to stand alone as the one and only industry leader, with a focus on future designs and advancing technology.

ALL-FILL UNDERGOES CONSTRUCTION

Last Monday, All-Fill Inc broke ground on a new addition to the plant located in Exton, Pa. This project will increase the size of the assembly area and machine shops, raising the productivity level and creating a more permanent and efficient home for the All-Fill family.

The company started with the creation of auger fillers that are reliable and have a “no nonsense” design for powder and liquid filling. Today the company has grown to include vertical form, fill, and seal, checkweighers, and vibratory fillers. As each client’s needs are different, they plan on continuing to meet them and continue adding to their line of machinery.

All-Fill was established it was in 1969 in Newtown Square and since then the company has moved twice due to a need for space. This addition will allow them to increase their size without moving the company to a new location.

Ryan Edginton, CEO of All-Fill, comments on how the renovation will help the existing space instead of moving, “We are thrilled to be growing at such a rapid pace. The building addition allows us to stay in our home for the past 25 years and more to come.”

Even though the construction has started and will continue for several months, the All-Fill team is very excited to see the finalized addition and remain in the place they have called home the past 26 years. In addition to the redesigned reception area, the machine and assembly shops will also be included in this project by gaining square footage.

“The new building will feature a second story glass addition, but more importantly it will double the size of the assembly and machine shops,” says Kyle Edginton, Vice President of Sales and Marketing.

The company provides filling machinery to a myriad of clients and the same attention to detail is provided to all of their clients. By expanding the shops, the productivity level will increase as will the dedication to the client’s needs and their machinery.

Doubling the size of the shops is a priority, “The renovation is much needed and the space in the shop will lead to more production and a safer work environment,” says Chris Trabbold who has been with the company for two years and is excited about the change.

When it comes to the future of All-Fill, many employees see “a new and improved” and “a more efficient” company.

This change will be gradual as the construction will take eight months, however everyone at All-Fill is excited for the future and a change to the current building they call home.

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