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Moba and Megson join hands

Moba, a company that produces high-quality integrated systems for the grading, packaging and processing of eggs for consumption, has announced the collaboration between Moba and Meggson, to serve the market with placed egg handling solutions

AdobeStock 291181341Meggson and Moba's new partnership is fully supported by Moba's international sales and service network. (Image source: Adobe Stock)

In Meggson, formerly known as Cobot Automation, Moba has found a partner that produces intelligent solutions for the egg industry. With a growing portfolio focusing on automation, more useful matches start to emerge between Moba and Meggson solutions.

Meggson and Moba have signed a strategic agreement for co-operation on the placed egg handling solutions, which is being fully supported by Moba’s international sales and service network.

Moba has been producing high-quality integrated systems for the grading, packaging and processing of eggs since 1947. The company is now evolving from a producer of egg grading machines, to a technology company, that develops high-quality integrated systems for the egg industry

Moba ensures the highest yield, with reduced costs, and efficient utilisation of resources, such as energy, water, and animal nutrition. Moba's systems process around one billion eggs worldwide every day.


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