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August 14, 2019

A full line of shaft collars, rigid couplings, mounts, and components that are suitable for building all types of packaging, bagging, and filling equipment is available from Stafford Manufacturing Corp. of Wilmington, MA.

 

Stafford Shaft Collars, Couplings & Components include over 4,000 standard parts for use a stops, spacers, and mounts for designing and building all types of packaging, bagging, and filling equipment.  Featuring collars to fit a variety of shaft configurations, mounting collars, adjustable collars, and various types of rigid couplings, they often eliminate custom ordering.

If specially designed parts are required, Stafford Shaft Collars, Couplings & Components can be customized or parts can be custom manufactured to OEM specifications.  Made from aluminum, 304 and 316 stainless, steel, alloys, and plastics in one- and two-piece clamp types and in set-screw styles, sizes range from 0.125” to 14” I.D., depending upon part and configuration.

Stafford Shaft Collars, Couplings & Components are priced according to type, material, size and quantity.  Price quotes are available upon request.

For more information contact:

Stafford Manufacturing Corporation

Jim Swiezynski, Technical Director

P.O. Box 277

North Reading, MA 01864-0277

(800) 695-5551  FAX (978) 657-4731

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The World Cheese Awards will open for entry on Wednesday 5 September, with organisers, the Guild of Fine Food, expecting a record-breaking 3,500 cheeses to be judged in Bergen, Norway on Friday 2 November.

Dedicated only to cheese, with no other dairy products judged, the World Cheese Awards is the largest cheese-only competition on the planet and will this year form part of a brand new festival, Matnasjonen Norge. Taking place at Bergen’s iconic Grieg Hall, the 31st edition of the awards will be set against the backdrop of Norway’s finest food and drink, including highlights such as Kraftkar from Tingvollost, which took the World Cheese Awards’ top prize in 2016.

As the international cheese community gathers, entrants from over 30 different countries will be looking to showcase their cheese on a world stage, hoping to land a Bronze, Silver, Gold or Super Gold award. An epic celebration of all things cheese, the World Cheese Awards will bring together over 230 buyers, retailers, writers and makers from every corner of the globe, to judge every entry in a single day and ultimately crown this year’s World Champion Cheese.

John Farrand, managing director of the Guild of Fine Food, organisers of the World Cheese Awards, explains: “With 30 years now under our belt, we’re very excited to be visiting Norway for the first time, in partnership with HANEN, to stage the largest cheese-only event that the world has ever seen. This global celebration of cheese leaves a lasting legacy each and every year, for its hosts as well as its winners, and we feel incredibly proud to be taking a headline slot at Matnasjonen Norge, as the country salutes its farmers, producers, chefs and retailers. With cheeses from six continents on their way to Bergen this year, we’ll be bringing a truly international edge to the festival, but I feel confident that Norway’s fantastic cheesemakers will be grabbing a few gongs along the way.”

The World Cheese Awards is open for entry from Wednesday 5 September until Friday 28 September, unless the entry cap is reached before this date – early entry is recommended. Producers can enter online at www.gff.co.uk/wca.

The World Cheese Awards judging will take place on Friday 2 November 2018, forming part of Matnasjonen Norge, which will run from 2-3 November at the Grieg Hall in Bergen.

For further information, please contact any of the following:

Sam Brice at Freshly Ground PR

+44 (0) 7961 635960

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Amy Brice at Freshly Ground PR

+44 (0) 7717 893123

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Tortie Farrand at the Guild of Fine Food

+44 (0) 1747 825200

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www.gff.co.uk/wca

 

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