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KADANT PAAL

Address 7312 Central Parke Blvd., Mason, OH, 45040, US
Email [email protected]
Website paalgroup.com

Kadant Paal was founded in 1854 in Osnabrück, Germany. Since its introduction of the first continuously operated horizontal baler in 1960, Kadant Paal has delivered more than 30,000 machines and today is the #1 channel baler manufacturer in Europe.

KADANT PAAL balers are distributed in the U.S. and Canada by Bulk Handling Systems.  www.bulkhandlingsystems.com.

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