Making profit is essential for Jean-Philippe Fusier, president of French recycling machine manufacturer MTB Recycling. But caring for the environment and our children's future are equally important. It is with all this in mind that his company has come up with a new concept: recycling machines in boxes.
Potomac Metals Inc., headquartered in Sterling, Virginia, has purchased an MTB Cable Box from Buffalo, New York-based Wendt Corp. Wendt indicates the purchase will allow Potomac Metals to upgrade its wire packages to clean copper and aluminum products, opening additional markets.
Event featured demonstrations of the company’s latest technology and equipment. Wendt Corp. hosted Demo Days at its headquarters in Buffalo, New York, and at its Technology Center in Tonawanda, New York, June 28-29, 2017.
Wendt Corp., headquartered in Buffalo, New York, has announced the sale of an MTB Cable Box to Gershow Recycling, Medford, New York. The sale represents the fourth such unit to be sold since its launch last year and the second in recent weeks
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