The shredder-extruder combination from recycling technology provider Pure Loop is the ideal solution for recycling challenging production waste.
Waste electric and electronic equipment (WEEE) specialist Polska Korporacja Recyklingu – based in Lublin (Poland) – has taken delivery of its fourth Untha shredder, to support the company with its continued growth.
To ensure optimal service, the technicians at Vecoplan paid particular attention to the performance, availability and process stability of the machines and systems.
Vecoplan is currently running as profitably as in the previous year - and after the first half of the year, revenue was even at the previous year’s level. Reason enough to continue to invest in production modernisation and personnel.
Vecoplan AG’s new VEZ 3200 is one of this year’s winners of the Red Dot Award for Product Design.
Plastics recycling, the circular economy and successful examples of closed plastics cycles are the focus of attention at EREMA's Circonomic Centre, which opened today in outdoor area FG 09.1.
The shredder-extruder recycling technology provider Pure Loop has added new system types to its ISEC evo series and now offers especially high output alternatives in the medium to high throughput range.
At K 2019, the Erema Group will be showcasing its full range of products and services for the plastics recycling process more comprehensively than ever before.
At the Plastpol 2019 from 28 to 31 May, Wittmann Battenfeld Polska will present to interested trade visitors ultra-modern machine and process technology together with state-of-the-art robots and auxiliary appliances for the plastics industry at booth No. F11 in hall F.
Erema Group continues to grow and increases turnover by 16 percent
Erema North America's recent Discovery Day generated a great deal of interest. The Technical Center in Ipswich, Massachusetts, became the meeting point for well-known companies spanning all sectors of the plastics industry.
Sigma Plastics Group is dramatically increasing their recycling capacity with the addition of four new NGR high output recycling lines. New four S:GRAN 125 machines will reprocess over 4 million pounds per month of film scrap from their in-house film production.