Wittmann Buys M-Tek Materials Handling Line

July 2007
Plastics Technology;Jul2007, Vol. 53 Issue 7, p82
Trade Publication
The article reports on the decision of Wittmann Canada Inc. to acquire the M-Tek materials-handling and blending equipment line from Mould-tek Industries Inc. in Scarborough, Ontario, Canada. According to Wittmann Canada president Rob Miller, the acquisition is a key piece for the company. The materials-handling/blending line includes volumetric blenders, pumps and silos.


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