NRT Continues Expansion into China

Technology and sorting leader opens demo center, wins excellence award

Suzhou, China – November 20, 2012 – National Recovery Technologies (NRT), based out of Nashville, TN, has opened a 202 square-meter demo center in the Boji Science Park of Suzhou, China. NRT continues to be active in China, and this investment represents a commitment to the Chinese market and customer base. Kevin Lu represents NRT in the country and will oversee the facility.

“Kevin has our full trust and support, which is why we made this investment into one of the most important markets in the world,” said NRT’s CEO Matthias Erdmannsdoerfer. “We plan to be an integral part of Chinese recycling efforts for years to come. NRT is looking to lead the industry by continuing to provide best-in-class optical sorting equipment while sticking to our core philosophies of technology, quality and customer service.”

The demo center currently features the MultiSort® SpydIR-T/ColorPlus™ Combo with more equipment scheduled to be added in the future.

Further contributing to the company’s presence in China, last week NRT was named the “Excellent China Green Plastics Recycling Enterprise” by the China Scrap Plastics Association as a result of the company’s recent efforts. According the the association the award was presented, “In view of your company’s excellent performance in the scrap plastics sorting equipment, technology research, development and innovation.”


About NRT

National Recovery Technologies Inc., (NRT) is a recognized world leader in automated industrial inspection systems, materials handling, and process control, particularly in processing of materials for recycling. NRT was founded in 1981 as a developer, manufacturer and supplier of high performance systems in the field of on-line industrial inspection and sorting of materials for recycling. NRT values technology innovation, quality of manufacturing and a strong commitment to customer support.

www.nrtsorters.com

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