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Vortex appoints new agent in Denmark

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Vortex has announced the appointment of Mespo ApS as its exclusive agent in Denmark.

Mespo sells high quality components, machines, and customised solutions for powder handling manufacturers such as DMN-Westinghouse, Filcoflex, Spiroflow and Greenwood Magnetics.

“We are very pleased to add Mespo to our line of representatives,” says Laurence Millington, Vortex’s Director of International Business. “Mespo has a great cooperation with many manufactures of powder processing equipment around Europe. With it’s convenient location in Ringsted on Zealand, Mespo can respond to our Danish customer needs in a short amount of time.”

Mespo founder Bo Christoffersen, with more than 20 years background in powder handling industry, has extensive experience and knowledge of powder technologies and application installations.

“The satisfaction of our customers is essential and ensures the future of our work. The selection of quality components and our suppliers expertise provides the basis for this,” says Christoffersen.

“Based on a close dialog with our customers, we provide the best possible solution by means of functionally, quality and price each time.”


Adapted from press release by Joseph Green

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/europe-cis/17092015/vortex-appoints-new-agent-denmark-608/

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