Germany – The grand opening of Vecoplan’s technology centre last weekend has received ‘rave reviews’, the manufacturer says. The company welcomed 350 ‘guests of honour’ to the German town of Bad Marienberg, which is now said to house ‘the largest and most advanced’ development centre in the field of environmental technology.
It took more than eight months to rebuild and expand Vecoplan′s technical centre to cover the entire value chain of ′complex processes′ in-house. The innovative VECOPLAN HydroDyn washing method was also premiered, offering high-grade cleaning of even ′heavily soiled′ plastics to ensure high-quality recyclates. ′Vecoplan has made significant progress in terms of process engineering,′ commented ceo Werner Berens.
′Material classification, additional sorting methods and new washing technology raise the bar in the market.′ Head of Business Unit Recycling Stefan Kaiser added: ′The appropriate equipment of our new technology centre allows us to efficiently and reliably handle complex tasks and even material that is difficult to process.′
He expressed delight that industry executives attending the opening ceremony had taken the opportunity to schedule appointments to find out more about the equipment.
Eveline Lemke, the province′s minister of economic affairs, complimented Vecoplan on offering tailor-made solutions for its customers. ′With its new technology centre, the company proves that it is one of the most innovative companies in this industry,′ she stated.
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