Without access to programming, commissioning international machines locally can be tough
It all began in 2004 when we were looking for a healthy snack for our children. Finding nothing on the market that satisfied us led to experiments in our family kitchen and road tests on our kids.
After many late nights and burnt saucepans, we got it right – and Cobs popcorn was born.
- With access to the code, the engineers at Cobs were able to figure out exactly what their machines were doing.
- Sometimes a machine that is designed as ‘one size fits all’ isn’t always perfectly suited to the local market’s needs.
- We helped troubleshoot, commission and verify continues ongoing stable operation of the machine’s control systems.