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Recycling Today Staff November 1, 2012

Steinert US Showcases New Cincinnati-area Headquarters
Steinert US Inc. celebrated the opening of its new headquarters facility in Walton, Ky., with a charity golf outing and open house Sept. 19-20, 2012.

The company had outgrown its previous 7,000-square-foot location in nearby Cincinnati and was showcasing its new sales and service presence for customers.

Steinert’s companion golf outing, held Sept. 19, raised close to $22,000 for the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.

Speaking at the event, Steinert US President Jason Looman said the Walton location is an ideal hub for the company, which continues to serves as the North American headquarters of Steinert Elektromagnetbau GmbH, a manufacturer of separation technology solutions for the scrap, waste and mining industries based in Cologne, Germany.

Steinert US was established in the United States in 2003 and has grown markedly over the last decade, Looman said. The company manufactures a comprehensive line of magnetic and sensor-sorting equipment designed to separate and recover a wide range of materials.

The newly remodeled 36,000-square-foot building houses an equipment testing lab and will be used for sales demonstrations, training and on-site equipment repairs. It also will stock a comprehensive spare parts inventory and support the company’s field service technicians located throughout the U.S. Looman also said a production line for mining-related equipment would be installed.

Among the company’s newest product achievements is its KSS Combination Sensor System, an automatic shape, color and volume sorting plant designed for use in the mining, scrap and waste industries. Looman said he was especially proud of the testing lab located immediately outside the building.

“For many years we shipped materials to Germany for testing,” he said. “Putting in the equipment here gives customers an opportunity to see their materials run.”

The test lab houses an induction separation system, a KSS Combination shape/color sorter, an eddy current system, a UniSort NIR (near infrared) plant and a single-stage ferrous preseparator.


Pacific Steel & Recycling Installs New Equipment
Pacific Steel & Recycling has announced that it is in the process of installing a stationary shear at its scrap metal facility in Spokane, Wash. The foundation for the shear, purchased from Finland-based Metso, was started on July 5, 2012, with the company pouring concrete the middle of July. The company says it has poured 750 yards of concrete for the shear.

The main shear body was delivered to the company Aug. 15, 2012, for assembly. When fully operational, the company says it expects the new shear to process 50 tons of material per hour.

Kevin Holcomb, a representative of Pacific Steel & Recycling, says the new shear will replace an earlier shear that has outlived its usefulness. The older shear, which will be scrapped once the new shear is installed, was installed nearly 12 years ago.

Pacific Steel also is in the process of upgrading the downstream system at its auto shredder in Mayfield, Idaho, with a KSS system that features a larger, more powerful compressor. Pacific Recycling says the upgrade will enable the company to extract more copper scrap from its auto shredder fluff. The system will be added to the downstream system from Steinert, Walton, Ky., presently at the site.


Kinshofer Appoints Binder Machinery as Dealer
Kinshofer North America, Burlington, Ontario, Canada, has appointed Binder Machinery, South Plainfield, N.J., as its dealer for New Jersey, New York City, Delaware, eastern Pennsylvania and southeast New York state. The dealership agreement expands Kinshofer’s distribution network into the northeastern United States.

Binder Machinery will offer Kinshofer DRS mobile shears, MQP demolition processors, DSP static pulverizers and demolition and scrap grapples.

“Binder Machinery’s experience is unmatched,” says Francois Martin, general manager of Kinshofer North America, “and its commitment to serving its customers and backing up its products is exceptional. We are delighted to partner with such an institution.”

Martin adds, “In this particular market, the Binder name represents excellence and quality which very well symbolize Kinshofer’s values.”

Binder Machinery President and COO Brendan Binder says Kinshofer fits into the company’s equipment offerings very well. “We’ve always aligned ourselves with top manufacturers, and Kinshofer certainly falls into that category. We encourage anyone who’s interested in high-quality attachments to make their business more productive, efficient or versatile to give Kinshofer a try.”


Bunting Magnetics Europe Acquires E-Magnets

Bunting Magnetics Europe Ltd., a manufacturing and sales operation center based in Berkhamsted, U.K., has acquired E-Magnets UK Ltd., based in Sheffield, U.K., which specializes in direct and wholesale supply of magnetic products through its website, www.e-magnetsuk.com.

Alistair Richardson founded E-Magnets UK in 2005. He will continue to oversee the company’s everyday operations.

Bunting Magnetics Europe is a part of Bunting Magnetics Co., headquartered in Newton, Kan.

According to a press release from Bunting Magnetics, the acquisition of E-Magnets UK bolsters the company’s market position and puts it one step closer to its strategic growth plan.

“We are expanding our capabilities in today’s rapidly growing e-commerce environment,” owner and CEO Robert Bunting says. “E-Magnets UK significantly expands Bunting’s market presence in the U.K. and abroad while at the same time significantly increases our online business presence which, until today, was done through our e-commerce sites magnetuk.com and buymagnets.com. E-Magnets UK has outstanding market recognition for their product assortment and is well-known within the European Union.”


Witt selects Western States as Sales Agent
Witt Industries, a Cincinnati-based manufacturer of metal scrap and recycling receptacles, has named Western States Marketing, Denver, its newest representative for Witt recycling and waste receptacles to customers in Colorado, Utah and Wyoming. The firm is run by Denny Shute and Bill Crowe.

“Western States Marketing is a great addition to the Witt sales team,” says Witt National Sales Manager Dave Stewart. “They are extremely customer focused and work with all levels of the supply chain to continually bring new ideas to the marketplace.”


Talbert to Celebrate 75th Anniversary in 2013
Talbert Manufacturing, headquartered in Rensselaer, Ind., will offer a special 75th anniversary trailer package to customers for a limited time.

The company, which will celebrate 75 years of business in 2013, says it will offer an optional anniversary package on select 2013 models.

Greg Smith, Talbert VP of sales and marketing, says the anniversary marks an important event for the company. “Not many trailer companies have been in business for 75 years, and fewer yet can say they have had customers with them for the majority of those years,” he says.

“This 75th anniversary commemorative trailer has significant meaning for our company and the entire Talbert team,” Smith continues. “We want to share this celebration with our dealers and customers who have spent so many years as our partners, as well as those new to Talbert.”

A limited number of anniversary edition trailers are available on Talbert’s 55-ton series trailers, specifically the 55CC, 55SA, 55SA-RC and 55SA-HX models.

The company’s basic anniversary package includes cosmetic detailing throughout the length of the trailer, topped off with special Talbert 75th anniversary decals. The decals appear on bright stainless steel in each of the gooseneck insets. In addition, there are stainless steel insets in the rear of the trailer as well as stainless steel mud flap brackets with throwback script lettering spelling “Talbert” cutout.

“We are very proud of our history as a company, and we are excited to celebrate 75 years of success,” Smith says. “At the same time, we look forward to a bright future and another 75 years of manufacturing the best custom trailers on the market.”

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