ASME Chattanooga Section: May Tour
Location: Koch Foods (1826 Cappella St, Chattanooga, TN 37408)
Date: May 21st, 2019
Time: 2:00-3:00pm tour
Meet: Capella Street parking lot – between 17th and 19thStreets
In 1985, Koch Foods started as a one-room chicken de-boning and cutting operation with 13 employees. We’ve grown to be one of the top poultry processors in the U.S., but the core of who we are remains unchanged: adept, reliable and service oriented. Our state-of-the-art equipment allows us to process chicken with great efficiency, while our company structure keeps us nimble and able to react quickly to the needs of our customers and changes in the marketplace.
We continuously lead the innovation curve for the poultry industry by investing millions of dollars every year upgrading our production facilities. In 2015, Koch Foods reinvested $100 million in new state-of the-art technology to advance our processing capabilities and expand our capacity in Ohio and Mississippi. Continually updating our production lines means our turnaround times are fast and allows us to offer our customers custom-designed products created and manufactured to fit individual needs.
Small Bird. Big Quality:
Quality isn’t something we compromise on. We are committed to raising small birds; we believe the quality to be far superior, yielding a more tender, juicier bite.
Unmatched Customer Service
Koch Foods embraces a customer-driven philosophy.
Our company is structured to enable our management and sales teams to work in close collaboration, giving us the opportunity to react in real time to the opportunities—and obstacles—customers encounter.
Our Customer Service Associates are an integral part of the team and provide best-in-class service levels. Koch Foods’ customer service doesn’t end when the product leaves our warehouse. We work diligently to ensure all products maintain their integrity, from our door to yours.
We will limit the tour group size to the first 20 attendees. Please RSVP to Rob Gagliano (firstname.lastname@example.org) before May 15th. You must also give your place of employment – for pre-screening.
Attendees must wear typical work clothing, long pants, closed to leather shoes, bring own hard hat/safety glasses and hearing protection (ear plugs).