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Duesmann & Hensel to become Hensel Recycling

Germany – Precious metals specialist Duesmann & Hensel Recycling is to be renamed Hensel Recycling. ‘€˜In 2014, the company’€™s owners Clemens and Thomas Hensel acquired the shares of Alexandra and Ralf Duesmann – and so it makes sense to change the company name accordingly to Hensel Recycling,’€™ the owners explain.

‘It is our intention to assure our customers that only our name is changing, and that our services, our employees, and everything else that characterises our company, will remain exactly the same,’ adds managing partner Clemens Hensel.

‘Today, Hensel Recycling stands for top services in the precious metal recycling sector and will continue to do so in the coming years.’ The Germany-based company will be issuing all of its communications under the motto ‘New Name – Same Service’.

The official launch of the new name will be on September 1 this year.

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