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LOMA SYSTEMS® operates from several locations in the Americas, Europe and Asia. Across these sites LOMA® conducts ongoing research and development, specialised manufacturing, sales and service support. Through a worldwide network of OEM and distributor partners, LOMA supplies and supports inspection equipment in over 100 other countries.

Established in 1969 in the UK, LOMA SYSTEMS designs, manufactures and supports inspection equipment used to identify contaminants and product defects within the food, packaging and pharmaceutical industries, principally offering Metal Detectors, Checkweighers and X-Ray Inspection systems.

With the addition of the LOCK Inspection, Cintex and Brapenta brands and products, LOMA’s reputation is based on consistent quality and advanced technology, the result of continuous and far-reaching research and development programmes.

Short lead times, modular design and excellent availability of spare parts, coupled with our passion for customer service, allows our customers to:

  • Comply with, and exceed, product safety standards, weight legislation and retailer codes of practice
  • Maximize production uptime
  • Be self-sufficient
  • Lower lifetime costs

We are part of Illinois Tool Works (ITW), a global Fortune 250 diversified industrial manufacturer of value added consumables and speciality equipment with related service businesses. Operating under the core philosophies of 80/20 business processes, customer-back innovation and a decentralized entrepreneurial culture, ITW’s seven industry-leading segments leverage the ITW business model to generate solid growth with best-in-class margins and returns in markets where highly innovative, customer-focused solutions are required. These divisions serve customers and markets around the globe, with significant presence in developed and emerging markets. ITW’s revenues totalled US$13.6 billion in 2016, with more than 50,000 employees worldwide.

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