Recycling specialist Parry & Evans has installed Bunting magnetic separators to recover metal from pre-sorted domestic waste. At their Deeside plant in the United Kingdom, the company uses a Permanent Overband Magnet to recover ferrous metals such as steel food cans, and an Eddy Current Separator to reclaim valuable aluminium including drinks cans.
A European Ilmenite producer has purchased a 2-stage Magnetic Disc Separator (MDS). The mineral processor originally purchased their first Magnetic Disc Separator in 1995 and the new magnetic separator will provide additional processing capacity as well as guaranteeing continual production.
Manelec, manufacturer and supplier of overhead cranes and lifting equipment, VERLINDE partner and member of the Verlinde after-sales service, has supplied a complete set of cranes, gantry cranes and hoists to its longtime customer, AGCO, to equip a new extension to its factory in Beauvais.
A manufacturer of plastic bags for food packaging that operates a factory in Poland has been using Delta automation technology on its production lines for years. The company has recently expanded their facility and installed additional machines. As a result of the expansion, the manufacturer decided they had too many machines to continue monitoring and controlling them individually. The company needed to deploy a centralized control and management.
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Manitou Group, a world reference in handling solutions, personnel lifting and earthmoving equipment, has chosen SERE Maintenance, a member of EUROPONT and the SAV VERLINDE network, to equip its new rough-terrain aerial platform production unit in Candé, Maine-et-Loire, with overhead cranes and lifting equipment. This 18,000m² plant, which has been in operation since the end of 2021, is part of an overall plan to develop and modernise industrial tools at all the group's sites. It was launched with the aim of increasing the group's production capacity in response to strong demand from the European and North American markets.