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For Immediate Release: General Kinematics Attends CIM

For Immediate Release

General Kinematics                                                                               

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For Immediate Release: General Kinematics Attends CIM

 

Derek Kerkera

Last week in Vancouver, British Columbia over 5,000 people attended the Canadian Institute of Mining, CIM Convention. Over the four day conference, 200 technical speakers gave presentations on up and coming technologies in the field of mining.

 

 

One of these presenters was General Kinematics’ very own Derek Kerkera. Derek described the capabilities of the STM-SCREEN™ Two-Mass Vibratory Screen and its continued stratification of applications. He highlighted the use of Two-Mass technology as a new tool increasingly used by gold and iron ore processors due to the high load capacity as well as load responsive nature.

 

Those who visited the General Kinematics booth at CIM were able to view General Kinematics new BARRIER™ product, VERTEX™, as well as pick the brains of our vibratory experts that attended the show.

 

General Kinematics would like to thank all that attended and made this year’s CIM Convention a success. We look forward to seeing you all again next year!

 

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About General Kinematics

General Kinematics Corporation, incorporated in 1960, was established to market, design, and custom fabricate innovative vibratory materials handling and processing equipment. Today the company is one of the world’s largest suppliers of vibratory processing equipment, having held more than 200 worldwide patents, and is acknowledged as a major contributor to the technical advancement of vibrating equipment design and application.  General Kinematics serves a worldwide customer base through a network of engineering-oriented independent sales representatives who cover major industrial markets throughout the United States. International markets are serviced from subsidiary operations and through a combination of representatives, licensed manufacturers, and strategic alliances with leading industry-specific organizations in other strategic locations. Today, over 50,000 General Kinematics units have been installed in virtually all of the world’s industrialized countries.  As new process and efficiency challenges emerge, General Kinematics is uniquely qualified to address these needs with advanced technology, innovative engineering, new materials, and manufacturing techniques… all applied to improving customer productivity and profitability while meeting ever more stringent requirements. Today, GK knows no limit in our ability to provide a broad level of engineering support and capacity that other companies cannot offer. We bring a 360-degree view to the whole process picture, often supplying engineering resources our customers do not have, or do not wish to fund internally.

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