Rapid purchase processing
It does not always have to be new. Previously owned plastics recycling technology made by EREMA can also be used to produce stable, top-quality recycled pellets for high-quality new end products. This is proven by UMAC, a subsidiary of the EREMA Group, which specialises in trading used recycling plants and components. Since the company's founding in 2016, it has sold than 60 machines and components. One of them was recently delivered to Avangard Innovative's Natura PCR recycling plant in Texas (USA).
EREMA looks back on a successful financial year
The financial year 2019/20, which ended on 31 March, marks a special milestone in EREMA's corporate history. For the first time the group of companies generated a consolidated total turnover of more than EUR 200 million and, with its recycling technologies and professional services, impressively underlined its position as a technology leader and driving force in the implementation of a circular economy for plastics. Then along came the Corona pandemic and the impact it made on our private lives and the economy. Within a very short period of time, EREMA implemented numerous measures to protect the health of employees, to continue business operations and to continue to meet the needs of customers as best they could. As Manfred Hackl, CEO EREMA Group GmbH says, "We are proud of our achievements in the past financial year and how we have handled the special challenges presented by the corona pandemic so far."
Responsibility with plastics recycling
At this year's Propak East Africa in Nairobi from 17 to 19 March, visitors to the shared trade fair stand (D9 in the Tsavo Hall) can find out how the recycling company Mr. Green Africa combines social responsibility with the highest specification technology and cost effectiveness. Since the beginning of the year a brand new INTAREMA® 1108 TVEplus® RegrindPro® with laser filter has been processing industrial and household waste plastic to produce recyclate at the company's plant in Nairobi. Trade fair visitors are invited to take part in Mr. Green Africa's plant tours on 18 and 25 March to see for themselves the recycling quality live in action.
EREMA launches new digital assistance systems and the BluPort customer platform
The plastics industry is currently facing two major challenges: the circular economy and digitalisation. EREMA is convinced that digitalisation in plastics recycling is an important pacemaker on the way to implementing a circular economy. The plastics recycling machine manufacturer is promoting this drive in the industry and at K 2019 will be presenting smart technologies and its new BluPort customer platform, where existing and new digital assistance systems will be brought together in future.