Applied Plans Recycling Display For Waste Show

Genox Vision Series Shredder from Applied Machinery
Applied Machinery is planning to demonstrate the latest in recycling technology when it exhibits at the Waste Management In Action expo in May.

As one of Australia’s largest dealers of new and used machinery for the wider waste management, recycling and engineering sectors, the Dandenong-based company is gearing up for an impressive display at the show.

The first-ever Waste Management In Action expo is being staged as part of the International Truck, Trailer and Equipment Show (ITTES) at the Melbourne Showgrounds from 5 to 7 May 2016.

Applied Machinery features among the leading suppliers in Australia’s waste management and resource recovery space taking part in the show, with many prominent companies – including major truck brands – also locked in.

Daniel Fisher, Marketing Manager at Applied Machinery, says Waste Management In Action is shaping up to be something new and innovative in the waste and recycling trade show space.

“As it runs alongside ITTES, we expect a lot of cross-over visitors between the events. We think it will give Applied Machinery a great chance to get exposure for our range of Genox recycling equipment to a wider range of relevant companies that might not attend a purely waste-focused show in the CBD,” said Mr Fisher.

“Also, the timing of the show is very convenient for us and fit nicely into our 2016 planning.”

Mr Fisher said the expo provides a “genuinely exciting” opportunity for the Applied Machinery team to to meet and talk to a wider range of visitors than it usually encounters at waste industry-only events.

“We get to tap into markets that are finding unique applications for our machinery, and that’s great to be able to facilitate equipment solutions for new and groundbreaking recycling and waste management applications,” he added.

Visitors to the Applied Machinery display area can expect to see the latest in recycling technology from Genox, as it will be showcasing its range of shredders and granulators, along with larger, turnkey solutions for tyre recycling, electronic waste recycling and plastics washing systems.

“We will also be featuring a demonstration and product samples from Salvadori, who are leaders in products manufactured from reclaimed tyres,” added Mr Fisher.

Applied Machinery’s current range is available to view on its website.

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