December 9, 2013 – Plessisville, Canada – In 2013 the sorting system provider, Machinex, had its biggest year of production, and 2014 looks to be even busier. Between June and December, the company proved its great capacity and flexibility by delivering more than 12 projects ranging in size from medium to large. Four of these were major projects.
Using its resources and expertise in project coordination, Machinex managed to deliver all of its orders on-time, satisfying customers and meeting its commitments. From design to manufacturing, through installation and start-up of the custom sorting systems, Machinex has found creative solutions to fulfill all of its contracts, as well as incorporating new contracts into the busy schedule as required. When the plant of one of Machinex’s long-time customers was destroyed by a fire, the company was able to take on the project this year, insert between two other major projects, and thereby serving its customer very well.
According to Machinex President, Pierre Paré, “This past year has put our company under pressure but it urge us to work on our processing capabilities in order to improve our manufacturing efficiency.”
Projects from installation to start-up – since June 2013:
10 TPH Single Stream System (Florida): July
30 TPH Single Stream System (Illinois): July to September
55 TPH Single Stream System (Ohio): June to October
18 TPH Single Stream Emergency Upgrade Due to Fire (New Jersey): September
15 TPH Single Stream System (Texas): September
30 TPH Single Stream System (Virginia): October
15 TPH MSW/C&I – RDF Plant (United Kingdom): September
Scrap Metals Recovery System (Illinois): October
10 TPH Single Stream System (Saskatchewan): October
25 TPH Single Stream System (Minnesota): November
25 TPH Single Stream Upgrade (Kentucky): November
80 TPH Municipal Solid Waste (Florida): December
And many smaller projects and upgrades (e.g. screens, optics, conveyors, balers, etc.) integrated into the schedule amongst the bigger systems listed above.