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Bramidan appoints Kernic Systems as new baler distributor for Ontario and Quebec

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The Kernic installation team.

Bramidan has appointed Kernic Systems of Burlington, Ontario as their new distributor for Ontario and Quebec, to sell and support the company's line of vertical balers. Bramidan, based out of Denmark, with U.S. operations in Illinois and California, says the move is meant to expand on their already strong North American presence. 

"We are glad to team up with a strong reliable partner such as Kernic Systems to maintain our strong footprint and expand the Bramidan brand in the North American Market," commented Bramidan's International Sales Director, Jorgen Lassen. 

Kernic Systems, with over 40 years experience as a designer, integrator and installer of complete recycling systems, including baling, shredding, air conveying and dust collection systems, provides support and service out of Burlington, Ontario.

The company also announced the appointment of David Love, who has joined the company to oversee the marketing of the Bramidan balers for Ontario and Quebec, in addition to Kernic's full line of recycling machinery. 

"David's extensive knowledge of the recycling industry will be a great addition to our team and is in line with the company's strategy for continued growth," commented John Jurk, VP & Managing Partner of Kernic.

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