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Flag of DenmarkEldan Recycling A/S

Eldan Recycling is recognized as a world leader in supplying equipment for profitable recycling. We are proud to offer you equipment based on 60 years’ experience, developed and manufactured in our own factory, and delivered to satisfied customers worldwide. We offer you equipment and recycling solutions for processing of e.g. tyres, cable, electronics (WEEE), aluminium, textiles, and industrial waste.

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Flag of NetherlandsGoudsmit Magnetics Group

Since 1959 Goudsmit Magnetics designs and manufactures magnetic separators and non-ferrous separators for recycling & recovery of valuable ferrous and non-ferrous parts as well as weakly magnetic metals. We offer the possibility to test samples of your materials in our own test centre. For more information check goudsmitmagnets.com

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Flag of SpainSense2Sort – Toratecnica

Sense2Sort Toratecnica is specialized in sensor-based sorting equipment for metal sorting applications in recycling. The company leads in automated spectroscopy sorting technologies, such as XRF (X-Ray Fluorescence) and LIBS (Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy), and offers all common sensor-based sorting technologies and consults on plant design.

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Luís Seguí (PICVISA MACHINE VISION SYSTEMS, S.L.) Born in Valencia, Spain but living in Barcelona since 1991, Seguí studied informatic engineering. After finishing his bachelor’s degree, Seguí started a new technological project alongside his father and brother. This family-project evolved ... Ask a question
Gary Ashburner (AMP Robotics) Gary Ashburner is an experienced and fully rounded senior business manager and leader, specialising in AI-driven robotic sorting of material to help recycling facilities modernize and expand their infrastructure to produce more high-quality ... Ask a question
Eric van Looy (Sense2Sort – Toratecnica) Being a technical engineer, Eric has spent more than 2 decades on the development of sensor based sorting technologies to advance recycling processes. Since 2006 he pursued automated spectroscopy technologies like XRF (at that time also together ... Ask a question
Maximilian Gutmayr (Erdwich Zerkleinerungs-Systeme GmbH) Maximilian Gutmayr, international sales manager at Erdwich Zerkleinerungs-Systeme GmbH since 2017, is an expert for shredding systems, hammer mills as well as complete recycling solutions. After studying Economics at University of Augsburg ... Ask a question
Jan Kjær (Eldan Recycling A/S) Jan is an experienced Product Area Manager with a long history of working within the mechanical and industrial engineering industry. Jan Kjær has also made a long career within International Sales, and Business-to-Business (B2B) since he graduated ... Ask a question
Tom Jansen (TOMRA Recycling) After studying Chemical Engineering at the Technical University of Eindhoven, the Netherlands, Tom started working as Sales Engineer at Innov-X Systems. He initially focused on selling handheld XRF equipment in the Benelux, while gradually extending ... Ask a question
Erik Kuenen (Goudsmit Magnetics Group) My name is Erik Kuenen. I am the international Sales Manager for Goudsmit Magnetic Recycling Systems. With over twenty years of experience in the waste and recycling branch, I am your specialist for magnetic and non-ferrous systems. From ... Ask a question
Patrick Potzinger (REDWAVE) Patrick Potzinger is Head of Sales at REDWAVE’s head office in Austria. Patrick has a technical education and started at REDWAVE in project management in 2005. In 2010, Patrick became sales engineer in glass recycling and has been serving ... Ask a question

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