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Business news May 2003

* RecycleNet
RecycleNet Corp. of Guelph, Ontario, Canada, has acquired RecycleXchange, an Internet portal focused on waste exchanges and trading of used materials. RecycleNet’s websites – which include the well-known Recycler’€™s World site – reportedly attract more than 1.4 million unique visitors a month.

* Sennebogen U.S.
Sennebogen L.L.C. of Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S., has added two firms to its growing North American network of distributors, both of which will represent its Green Line material handlers. Roland Machinery Co. of Springfield, Illinois, will cover Illinois, Wisconsin, the Michigan Upper Peninsula, western Indiana and eastern Missouri, while Top Lift Enterprises Inc. of Stoney Creek, Ontario, Canada, will represent the company’€™s equipment in Québec, Ontario and British Columbia. The latter is Sennebogen’€™s first distributor in Canada.

* Goudsmit Magnetic Systems
Dutch company Goudsmit Magnetic Systems (GMS) has published a new brochure entitled ’Overbelt magnets – the solution for the recycling industry’€™, which covers recycling processes in various industries. Depending on the circumstances, various kinds of magnets can be used in the recycling of, for example, wood, vegetable, fruit and garden waste; cable waste; plastic; rubber; glass; paper; building and demolition waste; household waste; and hardware. Non-ferrous separation and metal detection are also covered in the brochure, which is available in Dutch, English, German and French.

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