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Propak Africa 2016 Review

April 1, 2016

Russell Finex enjoys busy 4 days in Johannesburg at Africa’s largest food processing exhibition

Propak Africa returned to the Nasrec Expo Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa from 15th – 18th March 2016. Africa’s largest food processing, packaging, plastics, printing and labelling exhibition saw thousands of visitors connect with over 450 suppliers, as a range of the latest technologies and processing solutions were displayed.

Russell Finex was proud to be a part of this huge event, showcasing its latest range of high-capacity safety screeners and filtration equipment in the largest city in South Africa. Visitors took advantage of the opportunity to view two popular separation solutions - the Russell Compact 3in1 Sieve™ and the Self-Cleaning Russell Eco Filter®.

Bob Townley, Russell Finex Export Sales Manager, said “We had an excellent week at Propak Africa, and enjoyed some good quality discussions and enquiries about our machines. I’m looking forward to connecting further and building relationships on the back of this event.”

The event also provided the platform to network with industry peers, and keep up-to-date with the latest industry trends, including 3D printing technologies and biodegradable plastics. Russell Finex took the opportunity to enhance its reputation in these emerging territories.

Having supplied machines to leading brands including Nestlé, Unilever, AkzoNobel and Pfizer, Russell Finex has a reputation for ensuring the highest quality final product across a range of industries, including food and beverage, pharmaceutical and 3D printing.

With over 80 years’ experience in manufacturing high-performance separation equipment, Russell Finex is established as a global leader in the market. To find out more about how a range of sieving and filtration solutions could fit your processing line, contact us today.

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