AmTrade Systems, Inc.
Livonia, MI 48150
For decades, AmTrade Systems has been offering leading-edge food processing systems. Starting with the latest technology in cooking, smoking and chilling systems, we have expanded into filling, portioning, forming, mixing, grinding and chopping. From our company’s base in Livonia, Michigan, and with team members located in several states around the country, we serve our customers with custom solutions, technical recommendations, system design, sales, installation, commissioning, training and after-sales spare parts and service support.AmTrade Systems delivers solutions, together with our vendor partners below. Our vendor partners are all well-known, long-established manufacturers who have seen great success globally. They are held in high regard as purveyors of high quality when it comes to construction, innovative design, reliability and dependable equipment.
AmTrade's technicians are based in various parts of the United States. Our spare parts inventory is located in Livonia, Michigan, from where orders can be shipped out with next-day delivery.
AmTrade offers follow-up training on our equipment, to help train new personnel, as well as to ensure that operation and maintenance of the equipment continues over time, and bad habits do not lead to equipment failures.
AmTrade provides technical recommendations, system design, installation, commissioning, regular inspections, maintenance, service and spare parts support, as well as technical and processing support via our in-house technicians as well as via our vendor partners.
AmTrade represents the following equipment manufacturers and product lines:
SCHRÖTER – Leading Quality
Since 1949, SCHRÖTER Technologie is building the latest technology in smokehouses, fermentation and steam cooking ovens, drying, defrosting and intensive chilling chambers, along with smoke generators and exhaust cleaning systems. Custom-designed solutions are processing bacon, snack sticks, jerky, dry sausage, hams, beef, poultry and fish. Each system is tailored to the exact requirements of the customer. SCHRÖTER systems are in operation in meat processing plants across the United States and around the world.
For over 40 years, REX Technologie GmbH is manufacturing the most innovative and highest-quality vacuum stuffers and fillers, portioners, forming systems, link cutters, and other multiple attachments and accessories. With state-of-the-art in-house stainless steel fabrication, continuous research and development, the latest in filling technology and a highly motivated team, REX is able to build equipment that is second to none. AmTrade offers REX equipment through distributors in California, Colorado and Ohio, as well as directly through our AmTrade sales office.
GLASS GmbH & Co. – Made in Germany
For almost 50 years, GLASS has been developing and manufacturing machines for the food industry that are tailored to the needs of their customers. GLASS GmbH, among other things, is a manufacturer of food mixers and meat or non-meat processing machines, temperature-controlled equipment, cooking systems and fine choppers. As a specialist in food processing machinery, GLASS is guaranteed to provide the optimum solution for every application and is a strong partner for your process optimization.
HOJA Food TEC – Industrial frying – home-cooked taste
Well known as a manufacturer of turn-key production lines for potato pancakes, pancakes, crêpes, blini, meat balls, rissoles, hamburger, steak, chicken, vegetables, naan bread, pita breads and many more other delicious products prepared to the highest quality standards.
NOCK Maschinenbau GmbH – know-how in food processing
Manufacturer of derinding machines, membrane skinners, combined systems with derinding and skinning machine capabilities, circular blade vertical slicers for strips and jerky meat, specialty poultry skinning machines for whole carcasses or individual pieces, fish skinner, frozen drum skinners and scale ice machines.
Stefano Borgo company specializes in manufacturing casing tying machines that are built to meet various demands of sausage factories or other food processing manufacturers. Their machines, from semi-automatic stand-alone units to fully-automatic systems integrated into production lines, perform various methods of tying, adopted to all salamis and sausages styles on the market, including cutting into groups and attaching loops for hanging.