Frain Industries Converts North America’s Largest Packaging and Processing Equipment Inventory to Certified Pre-Owned

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As part of the company’s strategic plan implementation, Frain Industries has reconditioned its entire packaging and processing machine inventory to Certified Pre-Owned status.

Utilizing a proprietary, 10 point Certification process, all 8000 pieces of equipment in Frain's inventory have been cleaned, painted and checked pneumatically, electrically and mechanically. The process also includes replacement of any worn or defective parts, and a video of the machine in operation, customers can then use as part of their decision to rent or purchase the equipment.

“This certified conversion process strategy is direct response to ongoing customer input and requests”, commented Rich Frain, CEO. “Frain’s Certified Pre-Owned process differentiates the company from used equipment dealers and internet providers, takes advantage of our depth in technical and project experience, and reduces the cycle time from order entry to delivery at the customer’s facility.”

“Frain Industries has been a single source provider of integrated packaging and processing solutions for some time,” commented David Eggleston, Frain’s COO. “Qualifying the entire inventory as Certified Pre-Owned was the logical next step in our evolution as a uniquely qualified industry authority. When time, equipment availability and technical excellence count, we make it work.”

Founded in 1980, Frain is known as a leader in its industry in providing certified pre-owned packaging and processing solutions. The company has over 8000 pieces of equipment and employs 85 experienced industry professionals, and provides ‘single source solutions to equipment availability, project consulting and application management, along with multi unit integration and engineered services.’

For more information, contact:

Denise Boehm, Corporate Relations
Frain Industries
245E. North Avenue

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