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Stefano Maiaroli Heads Up New Bunting Italian Office

Bunting has appointed Stefano Maiaroli to head up business development in Italy and Southern Europe.  This latest appointment is part of an ongoing strategy to develop additional export business for magnets, magnet assemblies and magnetising equipment. “Locally-based employees are tuned into the nuances of the market and provide better customer service,” explained Simon Ayling, Bunting’s…

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Reviewing UK Magnetics Society MMA 19 Event

The UK Magnetics Society held the two-day MMA’19 conference on magnetic materials and applications in Milan, Italy on the 18th and 19th September 2019.  The event was held in partnership with  Laboratorio Elettrofisico as part of their 60th anniversary celebrations.  The event focused on magnetic materials, their applications and related technologies, bringing the European magnetics community…

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Bunting Joins Polymer Machinery Manufacturers and Distributors Association

In recognition of their long-time association with the plastics sector, the European division of the global Bunting Group has joined the Polymer Machinery Manufacturers and Distributors Association (PMMDA). The PMMDA provides important information, representation and a mutual support for companies in the plastics industry.  Established in 1966, the association’s activities include exchanging information through networking…

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Metal Separation from Virgin and Recycled Plastics at the K2019 Exhibition

Bunting Magnetics Europe FF Grate Magnet

Removing metal from virgin and recycled plastics is the focus on the Bunting stand (Hall 10/J 47) at the international K 2019 exhibition (16-23 October 2019, Düsseldorf, Germany). Metal contamination is an issue for any company producing plastics products or managing plastic waste.  In virgin plastic manufacturing processes, metal damages processing equipment and the quality…

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Bunting Rebrands

Bunting new brand logo & flyer

On August 3rd, 2019, Bunting Magnetics Co. celebrated its 60th anniversary as a company.  Since being founded in 1959, Bunting Magnetics Co. has grown from a small company in Chicago, Illinois, to a growing global force with multiple locations around the world.  Bunting Magnetics Co. has acquired several different companies over the years, and in…

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Recovering Metal at RWM 2019

RWM 2019 metal recovering

Dynamic techniques to recover and separate metal from secondary ‘waste’ materials is the theme for the Bunting stand at RWM 2019 (11 & 12 September, NEC, Birmingham, UK).  Solutions for recovering metal and removing metal from the reclaimed product to enable recycling, are on display on stand P1. Recycling has never had a higher profile. …

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Bunting Magnetics to Celebrate 60th Anniversary

Bunting Magnetics first storefront

On August 3rd, 2019, Bunting Magnetics Co. will be celebrating its 60th anniversary as a company. Bunting Magnetics Co. is an industry leader in the design, manufacture, and sales of cutting-edge magnetic equipment used in applications such as magnetic separation, metal detection, conveyor systems, and magnetic printing cylinders. The main industries the company serves include…

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Ceramics UK Opens New Opportunities

Ceramics UK 2019

Ceramics UK 2019 exhibition (10-11 July 2019, Telford, UK) was the first UK-based ceramics focused exhibition in twenty years. “Since acquiring Master Magnets, Bunting Europe has an extensive portfolio of magnetic separation equipment specifically designed for the ceramics and mineral processing sectors,” said Simon Ayling, Bunting’s Managing Director.  “It was important to be present, supporting…

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Corned Beef Contaminated With Metal

Metal Contamination

A UK Food Standards Agency food alert reports that UK supermarket-chain EH Booths has recalled British-produced Corned Beef as it may contain metal pieces.  The agency states that ‘the presence of metal makes this product unsafe to eat and presents a safety risk’.  The recalled Corned Beef is the 3-slice 100g pack with a use-by date…

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Metal Contaminated Halva Recalled

Halva

The UK Food Standards Agency reported that Monolith (UK) recalled Halva due to the possibility of containing small pieces of metal.  Monolith (UK) is a cash and carry wholesaler based in Barking, UK.  The Halva product is produced by Ukraine-based Zolotoi Vek and imported for sale in the United Kingdom.  The recalled Halva product is…

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