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Eco Green Equipment appoints Bruce Bart as general manager

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Bruce Bart, Eco Green Equipment's new general manager Eco Green Equipment

Eco Green Equipment (EGE) has appointed Bruce Bart as the company's new general manager. With over 30 years of experience in the plastic and rubber industries, Bruce brings expertise and a proven track record of success to his new role.

Throughout his career, Bruce has demonstrated his proficiency in all aspects of the plastic and rubber industries, including plant set-up and expansion, equipment design, product development, and process management. He has successfully built and overseen multiple large-scale manufacturing facilities.

Bruce's leadership was instrumental in the establishment of a facility spanning 165,000 square feet, equipped with modern machinery. He supervised all operations, including in-house tool fabrication, robotic welding, roll forming, tube bending, powder coating, and distribution/logistics. Additionally, Bruce has spearheaded the consolidation of three separate manufacturing facilities into a single 120,000-square-foot facility.

Having worked with numerous machine manufacturing companies, both in the U.S. and internationally, Bruce possesses an understanding of the industry. His expertise enables him to determine ideal equipment and configuration, ensuring clients achieve cost-effective and efficient output of their products.

Bruce joined Eco Green Equipment in January 2017 as the North American sales manager, where he played a key role in expanding equipment sales across the U.S. and Canada.

"To be asked to lead a 'TEAM' like the one we have at Eco Green Equipment means many things to me, but mostly it is both an honour and quite humbling," says Bruce. "I look forward to helping Eco Green with its exceptional growth in the industry."

Located in Salt Lake City, Eco Green benefits from the skilled workforce and manufacturing capabilities in the area.

"What we do at Eco Green, and within the recycling industry as a whole, is help to save our world's natural and manmade resources," continues Bruce. "Our industry provides good-paying and stable jobs in a newly developing manufacturing segment which embraces the use of recycled materials within their products."

Company info

615 West 900 North
North Salt Lake, UT
US, 84054


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