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Turkish firm installs e-scrap and wire processing line

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Eldan Recycling A/S ships Combi Line to Ugur Metal in Turkey.

RTGE Staff March 21, 2014

Ugur Metal TurkeyDanish recycling equipment manufacturer Eldan Recycling A/S has delivered a Combi Line electronic scrap and wire and cable processing machine to a Turkish recycling facility. The Turkish customer, Ugur Metal, will be processing electronic scrap and wire and cable scrap in the plant with an input capacity of up to four tons per hour.

Ugur Meral, the owner of Ugur Metal, says the mix of recyclable material flowing into his facility was and is changing, and he soon realized a response was necessary. Meral began working with Eldan Recycling A/S and its local sales agent, Ferrostaal A.S. Istanbul in 2010 to explore new options.

Meral visited operating Eldan installations and a custom-made layout for a new processing line was prepared. Meral says he wanted a line that should be as flexible as possible, could operate automatically and yet also have an option for individual hand-picking when required.

“We are proud to commission this unique line for Mr. Meral here in Turkey,” says Territory Manager Henning Nørgaard of Eldan Recycling A/S. “The line includes our Ringshredder, Eddy Current Separator, Rasper, Granulator and separation equipment. We see Turkey as a very important market for Eldan Recycling and we have come to know the buyers in Turkey as very professional people who know what they are looking for. We are happy to see the efforts we make together with our local sales agent in Turkey also give results.”

Says Meral, “We knew from the beginning that our visions and ideas were a challenge for the equipment and solution providers in the international market. We did a scan to find the best possible supplier and ended up with Eldan Recycling A/S, who has set up and commissioned the line to our full satisfaction.”

Eldan Recycling A/S, founded in 1956, develops and makes machinery for the recycling of tires, wire and cable and electronic scrap. The company says it has sold and installed more than 900 plants and 7,100 single machines around the world.

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