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Don’t Miss General Kinematics at IARC – Berlin

general-kinematics-scrap-processing-equipment-iarc-2015The 15th International Automobile Recycling Congress (IARC) in Berlin, Germany is your opportunity to exchange information, experience the latest trends in new car design, and mix and mingle with fellow colleagues from all over the world.

The IARC is the premiere event for international automotive recycling industries, attracting over 250 car recyclers, and will address the following topics:

    • ELV recycling
    • Global use of International Dismantling Information Systems
    • Precious metal recycling in the automotive industry
    • The Chinese “Green Fence”
    • Benchmarks in automotive scrap shredding fume treatment
    • Car battery recycling

Participants will also have the opportunity to test drive Volkswagen’s e-Golf and e-up! models, tour auto manufacturing and recycling plants, enjoy cocktail receptions, and meet fellow industry enthusiasts and exhibitors.

Don’t miss your chance to meet with General Kinematics, located in the exhibitor area near the Tool Box Talks and the single-standing catering booth.

There, you can learn more about GK’s heavy duty scrap processing equipment, which helps solve the problem of sorting recoverable from non-recoverable products from recycled automobile scrap material.

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See you in Berlin!

  • Amy Donahue

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