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Did you know that the size of the European baler machine market is expected to grow considerably from 2021 to 2027? Baler machines are among the most effective recycling and waste management solutions. Balers condense sorted waste into easy-to-transport blocks. Balers’ efficiency and safety help facilities that create...
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Are you in the process of upgrading ageing sortation equipment in your quest for an Industry 4.0 factory? Have you established a recycling centre in your municipal area and are shopping around for a brand new sorting system? Whatever the reason you might be seeking...
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In 2020, the European Union produced 225.7 million tonnes of waste. However, we’re doing our best to implement zero-waste policies, and as a result, less than a quarter of our rubbish actually ends up in landfills. Companies can do their part in reducing waste by integrating a...
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Industrial design has served as an important part of manufacturing for more than 60 years. Historically, manufacturers have based floor plan designs on efficient processes. However, there’s an increasing shift toward designing floor plans with more consideration for employee needs. Keep reading to learn more...
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Are you looking to become more sustainable as a business? When it comes to industrial waste disposal, it isn’t a topic that many businesses like to consider. It’s necessary and the right thing to do, but it can feel expensive and difficult. Many companies have...
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ANIS Trend d.o.o. is an internationally known machine building company with its headquarters in Slovenia, EU.