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Modern Tea Packing Plant - 1918

Salara Tea Company Plant in Boston

Salara Tea Company Plant in Boston

A description of the new home of the Salada Tea Company at Boston. In this unique building is to be found much of interest to packers and distributers. Close attention has been given to improved tea packing and handling methods; also unusual provision has been made for the comfort of employees.

 

Tea Sampling Room

Tea Sampling Room

 

Corner of Main Office

Corner of Main Office

 

Corner of Receiving Room

Corner of Receiving Room

 

The Board Room with Oriental Rug

The Board Room with Oriental Rug

 

 

Tea Blending Machine, 3,500 Pound Capacity

Tea Blending Machine, 3,500 Pound Capacity

 

Dust Sifting and Tea Leaf Cutting Machine

Dust Sifting and Tea Leaf Cutting Machine

 

Tea Hopper on Eighth Floor

Tea Hopper on Eighth Floor

 

 

Tea Storage Room of Glass and Bronze

Tea Storage Room of Glass and Bronze

 

Cases of Tea on Their Way to Shipping

Cases of Tea on Their Way to Shipping

 

Roller Power Conveyor Aids in Loading Delivery Trucks

Roller Power Conveyor Aids in Loading Delivery Trucks

 

Automatic Weighers on the Left; Packing Machine on the Right.

Automatic Weighers on the Left; Packing Machine on the Right.

 

 

Machine that Marks, Weighs, and Labels Tea Containers

Machine that Marks, Weighs, and Labels Tea Containers

Tea and Coffee Trade Journal, September 1918, p. 244-249

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