Sesotec Canada Ltd. is a subsidiary of Sesotec GmbH, the Germany-based manufacturer of metal detectors, x-ray inspection systems and sorting systems. For over four years, Sesotec Canada was based in Cambridge, about 90 km west of Toronto. As of 1 April, Sesotec Canada has moved from Cambridge to Guelph.
Sesotec has supplied a multi-sensor sorting line at New Zealand's first PET recycling plant operated by Flight Plastics Ltd. According to the Germany-based technology provider, the Sesotec sorting systems there will secure output quality as well as a continuous supply of PET flakes to the Flight's production line.
Pellenc ST and Sesotec GmbH recently concluded a new partnership to complement their market and product portfolio in the high-tech recyclables sorting sector. This agreement covers the distribution of flake sorting equipment for plastics recycling applications in France, Japan and the UK and sensor-based sorting equipment for End-of-Life Vehicles, Metal scrap and the WEEE-recycling markets in France and Japan. For other territories and other waste sorting applications, new opportunities will be treated on a case-by-case basis.
The GREEN Mind company is located in Guadalajara, the second largest city in Mexico and capital of the state of Jalisco. GREEN Mind has specialized in the production of PET flakes and polypropylene granulate. With more than 20 years of experience in the recycling industry, the company employs the latest technologies on the market, supplies its products to bottle makers, foil producers and producers of fibres and polyester filaments, among others, has about 200 employees and a plant capacity of 10,000 kg / h and 72,000 tons per year.
PT. Rejeki Adigraha is a well-known plastics recycling company in Indonesia primarily specializing in the recycling of PET and PVC materials. PT. Rejeki Adigraha is headquartered in Jababeka Industrial Area – the largest industrial area in Southeast Asia. With about 150 employees the company reaches a recycling capacity of approximately 1,000 tons of PET and PVC per month.
Aeiforos SA, for its End-of-Life vehicle (ELV) recycling process, is one of the first companies in Europe being able to prove compliance with the recycling rates according to the End-of-Life vehicles ordinance in force since the beginning of last year.
For more than 100 years the Reiling group has collected and recovered recyclable materials and has thus contributed to the preserving of resources and to environmental and climate protection. With twelve German and four international locations the recycling company provides a versatile spectrum of services. Business operations include the fields of glass, PET, wood, electronic scrap, paper, file and data media destruction/archiving, municipal services, and refuse derived fuel. The Reiling group covers the complete recycling bandwidth – from collection, transportation and processing through to the supply of high-quality recyclates. To date Reiling has grown into a large group of companies but has at its core remained a typical family-run enterprise that today is managed in the fourth generation.
BTB PET-Recycling GmbH & Co. KG, established in the year 2006, and headquartered in Bad Salzuflen (North Rhine-Westphalia), Germany, recently installed a new PET flake sorting system from Sesotec. BTB PET-Recycling processes approx. 20,000 tons of PET bottles per year. The owner-managed company, with about 30 employees, primarily produces PET granulate both for bottle-to-bottle and for foil manufacturers.
S+S Separation and Sorting Technology GmbH, based out of Schönberg, Bavaria, and one of the world’s leading suppliers of machines and systems for the detection/ separation of contaminants, product inspection and for the sorting of material flows, is changing their name. As of the end of March 2015, the company’s name will change to Sesotec (Separation and Sorting) which the company says reflects the overall development of the company.