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Record Number of Exhibitions for Bunting in 2018

Where To Meet Bunting and Master Magnets in 2018 In 2018, the Bunting and Master Magnets team will be exhibiting at 14 industry shows across Europe. “This will be our most active year for exhibitions,” said Dave Hills, Bunting’s Head of Sales.  “Being visible at exhibitions and congresses in 2016 and 2017 has been really…

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Our 2017 Review

A Look Back at Our News & Blogs from 2017 2017 has been another busy and exciting time for Bunting Magnetics Europe with some great news stories.  In this blog we look back at the past 12 months and review the stories that hit our headlines. January We started the year by announcing that Bunting…

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Bunting Europe Announces Record Monthly Sales

Continued UK Manufacturing Success for Bunting Bunting Magnetics Europe Ltd has had two consecutive months of record sales in September and October 2017. The latest announcement of record monthly sales follows a prolonged period of growth.  Sales in 2016 reached a record high for the European operation and in January Bunting announced the acquisition of…

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Review of the Bulk Solids and Powders Industry in Poland

Tom Higginbottom Attending the SyMas Exhibition Last week, our Sales Engineer Tom Higginbottom spent 2-days at the SyMas Bulk Solids and Powders exhibition in Krakow, Poland with Bunting’s local representative, TEKPRO.  Whilst at the show, he gained an insight into the present state of the market and potential opportunities for UK exporters. Tom gives us…

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Record Sales Month for Bunting

Magnet and Magnetic Separator Manufacturer Hits New Heights We are thrilled to announce that we recorded our highest ever monthly sales in September 2016.  The end-of-month sales figure surpassed seven digits and exceeded the previous highest month by 10%. Simon Ayling, our Managing Director, explained the reasons for the continued growth. “September 2016 was the…

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Ferrous Metal Prices Fall

In a clear illustration of the volatility of the metals markets, the price of Ferrous Metal has dropped by £20 to £30 per tonne in the past few weeks as reported by MRW.  Further drops are also expected. There is now a question whether the faint signs of recovery for other metals such as Stainless…

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Is UK Manufacturing Really in Recession?

The BBC has reported that UK manufacturing has returned to recession for the 3rd time in 8 years.  This frightening statistic illustrates the challenges facing the manufacturing industry in the UK, with manufacturing output for the first quarter of 2016 being 1.9% lower than the same quarter in 2015. However, there is some positive news,…

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More Concerns for UK Manufacturing?

1.8% Drop in Manufacturing Year-on-Year in February As reported in PRW, the latest performance data for the UK’s manufacturing industry raises a number of questions and concerns.  A drop in production output of 1.8% on February 2015 is significant and must concern the UK Government.  Whilst the arguments and discussions surrounding the UK retaining steel…

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Is Household Waste Recycling Economically Sustainable?

Councils Losing Income – Price of Recycled Materials Falls The slowdown in the global economy is impacting the viability of many recycling operations, reports the BBC.  Local authorities have seen falls in steel prices of 88% and a halving in the price of waste plastic. The fall in the price of recycled materials comes at…

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