ALMO Process Technology Announces New Product Offering
August 1, 2010 – Liberty Township, OH- ALMO Process Technology, the nation’s leading process technology solutions provider, is expanding its current product offerings to include Mogensen brand Screeners and Sizers. The equipment, which previously had limited availability to manufacturers in the United States is now offered through ALMO’s extensive North American network.
In addition to the new product offering, ALMO has created a website, http://www.mogensenscreeners.com/, detailing the full product line, spare parts and additional technical information.
“Our sole focus as a process technology supplier is to ensure that our clients receive the solutions that best fit their needs using our extensive resources and expertise.” ALMO Process Technology President Tom Schroeder said. “Our continued partnership with Mogensen screeners and ability to now carry its entire product line enables us to provide the most effective recommendations relevant to each client’s individual needs.”
In addition to Screeners and Sizers, Mogensen is also the manufacturer of a variety of Vibratory Feeders and High Speed Optical Sorters. More information about these products can be accessed at http://www.mogensenscreeners.com/ or through http://www.almoprocess.com/.
About ALMO Process
Founded in 2010, ALMO Process Technology combines the equipment and expertise of two industry-leading solutions companies specializing in Dryers and Coolers, Enginnering, Magnetics Separators, Optical Sorting, Sand Plants, Screeners and Vibratory Feeders. The name, which has been derived from parent company name AL-gaier and screening leader MO-gensen, which is also a member of the Algaier group. Industries served include Food, Dairy and Pharmaceuticals; Chemical; Aggregate and Mineral; Glass Recycling; and Wood and Green Waste.
More information about ALMO Process Technology, and full product details can be accessed at http://www.almoprocess.com/.
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