Bunting Magnetic Separators at Pollutec
Developing Recycling Business with Pronix, Pollutec ’16
Bunting Europe’s distributor in France, Pronix, will be displaying a wide range of recycling equipment at the Pollutec 2016 expo in Lyon (29th November – 2nd December 2016) in Hall 3 Aisle D Stand 175.
The bi-annual Pollutec focuses on the reduction of the impact of human activities on the environment. This encompasses a wide range of technologies for industry, local authorities and in the service sector. The global range of exhibitors is extensive.
Dave Hills, Bunting’s Head of Sales, will be supporting Pronix on their Pollutec stand.
“Developing our [Bunting Europe] overseas business has been a primary focus in 2016. Supporting Pronix in France, by providing Magnetic Separators to display on their stand and being present to assist with handling enquiries, is really important. Success in developing business in export markets is based on providing good support to our local representatives.”
Providing metal separation solutions for the recycling industry is an important and expanding sector of the business for Bunting.
“Sales of Overband Magnets, Metal Detectors and Eddy Current Separators for recycling applications continues to grow,” explained Dave Hills. “Introducing new technology such as the Stainless Steel (HISC) Separator has also increased awareness of what we have to offer.”
In 2016, Bunting has been prominent at major recycling and plastics exhibitions in Europe including Waste 16, RWM 2016 and K2016. Earlier in November 2016, Dave Hills and client Roger Evans from Recapture Plastics spoke at a major recycling conference in The Netherlands about the challenges of setting up a plastics recycling operation.
“Attending Pollutec enables us to gain an understanding of the recycling and waste sectors in France,” said Dave. “Speaking to visitors will help us appreciate the different challenges faced in France. By working closely with our local distributor, Pronix, we can ensure that our Metal Separation solutions meet the needs of recycling companies in France. I am really excited about the show.”
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