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At IFEMA from the15th until the 17th of June

9 November, 2016

Grupo FEM will participate as an exhibitor in the Recycling and Recovery International Trade Fair (SRR), from the 15th until the 17th of June, in Madrid. This event is one of the most important world meetings for this industrial sector.

The murcian brand GrupoFEM means to continue walking along the growth path and this is another way to prove it: the Company is going to exhibit its equipment in the Recycling and Recovery International Trade Fair (SRR), from the 15th until the 17th of June at IFEMA, in Madrid.

The aim of its participation is to show live some of the equipment offered in the brand catalogue. This way, different people who work in the recycling sector will have the chance to see the machinery themselves. It is important to point the fact that those systems are always designed, produced, assembled and tested in house by the qualified staff who work for the Company in Abanilla.

Because of this event, some team members will travel to the Spanish capital and work from their stand. This means, they will take the opportunity to meet colleagues and costumers and create a stroger net working.

The SRR is an unmissible date in the internationl recycling sector agenda. This the reason why institutions, organizations, recycling plants, and machinery busisness will gather in the same place to show their work, offer their services and get new business deals.

Grupo FEM produces permanent magnets, electromagnets, overbands, magnetic conveyor belts, magnetic drums, permanet rotary drums, Eddy Current separators, vibrating feeders and vibrating sieves, among others. The main task of them is to get the job done in many different kind of recycling plants

So, from north to south and from east to west, all along the Spanish territory, and beyond its boundaires, there are Grupo FEM machines which take place in the recycling process such as Urban Solid Waste, aggregates, wood, scrap or glass plants, among others.

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