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Vortex has announced a new representative in India

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Vortex Global Ltd, a solids and bulk handling components company, has announced that Enge Plas Automation (S) Pte Ltd is its new representative in India.

 

Vortex has announced a new representative in India

Based in Singapore, with offices in Malaysia and Indonedia, Enge Plas Automation has been a large bulk solids handling industry throughout Southeast Asia since 1984. The company will support its ongoing international expansion by opening a global office in India.

“We are thrilled to be extending our services to the Indian market, and are proud to be associated with the outstanding sales and services offered through Vortex Global Limited," said  Kutbi Daruwala, Director and General Manager at Enge Plas Automation (S) Pte Ltd.

Enge Plas and Vortex Global are no strangers to one another and for the last 12 years, Enge Plas has been representing Vortex products in Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, and the Philippines, among other Southeast Asian markets.

“Having worked with Enge Plas for the past 12 years, I expect this will be a very successful move for Vortex sales efforts in the Indian market,” said Laurence Millington, Managing Director at Vortex Global Limited. “The Vortex Global staff are looking forward to working with Engeplas to create new opportunities in this territory.”

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/indian-subcontinent/03052018/vortex-has-announced-a-new-representative-in-india/

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