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New customer centre for Tomra in Germany

Germany – Major sensor-based sorting systems manufacturer Tomra has opened a new customer service centre in Mülheim-Kärlich, Germany.

The new building is located at Tomra’s existing offices and test center. The facility, claimed to be ‘the largest of its kind in the industry’, allows customers to run trials with the company’s machines covering a wide variety of materials. The customer centre includes four meeting rooms, a training room and a research and development laboratory where test results can be analysed.

Eveline Lemke, minister of economy, energy and climate protection for Germany’s Rheinland-Pfalz state underlined at the opening ceremony the importance of innovative technology to boost recycling: ‘Thanks to modern systems like these, Germany leads the way in Europe when it comes to waste recovery,’ guests were told.

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