W.S. Tyler change name to Haver & Boecker
Company adopts parent company’s name to reflect broader scope of solutions now on offer
W.S. Tyler, the Ontario-based suppliers of screening solutions for the mining, aggregate and industrial mineral industries, are expanding to offer the full line of technology provided by their parent company, Haver & Boecker.
To better align the company’s name with its new strategy and product offerings, the W.S. Tyler Screening Group will now be known as Haver & Boecker.
‘Haver & Boecker have a long, established history of servicing not only the mining, aggregate and industrial minerals industries, but also the cement, chemical, building materials and food industries worldwide,’ said Karen Thompson, president of W.S. Tyler.
‘In addition to our screening, washing and pelletizing equipment, the new portfolio also will include packing, liquid filling, palletizing, loading and storage technology. The move to the Haver & Boecker name represents growth here in North America, and, most importantly, more value to our customers.’
The company’s team of screening experts will continue to focus on W.S. Tyler customers and the core screening technology, while new teams are being added to support the new technologies.
The complete line of Haver & Boecker products and services includes:
- W.S. Tyler – screening, washing and pelletizing equipment, including the Hydro-Clean and F-Class.
- Haver & Boecker – packing technology focused on stationary and rotating feeding solutions for valve- and form-fill-seal bags.
- Behn + Bates – bag-packaging systems for food and animal feed filling applications.
- Feige Filling Technology – turnkey systems for filling liquid and pasty products into drums, pails, cans and IBCs.
- IBAU Hamburg – bulk loading, material handling and storage equipment for land and marine applications.
- NEWTEC Bag Palletizing – innovative solutions for palletizing bagged products.
W.S. Tyler Industrial Group, based in Mentor, Ohio, who specialize in laboratory equipment, such as testing sieves and shakers, and specialist industrial applications of woven wire, will not be affected by the name change.