Find out what millions of sellers are selling right now.
Find out what millions of buyers are buying right now.
Search Lead Business Directory for suppliers and buyers.
Find out about Lead Trade Shows & Events.
[United Kingdom]
Posted on : Dec 23, 2008
Master Magnets Ltd. of Redditch,
Worcestershire, UK, has recently won the contract to supply Kiverco Recycling
Systems Ltd with all of their Magnetic Separation Equipment.
Kiverco is one of the leading
European manufacturers of waste recycling systems and frequently require
magnetic separation equipment such as eddy current separators and overband
magnets with their recycling plants. These magnets are used to separate the
ferrous and non-ferrous metals, which are often present in the product stream.

The contract was signed with
Kiverco at the Recycling and Waste Management 2008 show held in September.
Master Magnets have already received a considerable number of orders since then
for overband magnets as well as many other products in the MasterMag range.

The company is confident that
this new business partnership will be long term, due to the improvements that
Kiverco will see in the quality and efficiency of the MasterMag equipment.

Other News and Announcements
[United States]
Posted on : Sep 28, 2018
The public review period of the proposed upgrade of Quemetco Inc’s recycling plant in Los Angeles by the South Coast A....
[United Kingdom]
Posted on : Sep 27, 2018
Last week, Zero Emissions Day focused the world’s attention on the goal of reducing emissions and encourages and celebrates opportunities to achieve this goa....
[United Kingdom]
Posted on : Sep 27, 2018
Dr Boris Monahov recently announced his retirement from ALABC after 9 years of service managing the Consortium’s techni....
[United States]
Posted on : Sep 27, 2018
Mesa Technical Associates, the US provider of power products for telecoms, utilities and industrial markets, has bought the North American lead-acid battery arm of Alcad, the firm announced on September 13.....
[United States]
Posted on : Sep 26, 2018
“As we focus on the battery technology of tomorrow, today’s market leader, lead-acid technology, will continue to play a significant role in the future of vehicle energy storage,” said Rigb....
Read More
Advertisements