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General Kinematics to Exhibit at ISRI 2013 Convention & Expo

General Kinematics is exhibiting at ISRI 2013 Convention & Exposition held Tuesday, April 9 through Saturday, April 13 in Orlando, Florida. The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries, Inc. (ISRI ) is recognized as the “Voice of the Recycling Industry.” This Washington D.C. based trade association represents hundreds of companies across the United States. The annual conference attracts over 5,000 industry professionals from thousands of companies, with members in every state and 45 countries worldwide.

 

General Kinematics, an internationally-respected vibrating equipment manufacturer, offers a powerful exhibit for the conference. GK is distinguished as the most innovative vibratory equipment company in the scrap recycling industry. General Kinematics designs rugged vibratory feeders, screens, and classifiers to efficiently separate scrap materials, and possess a proven track record of reliability and support.

 

ISRI Expo Highlights

 

This year’s ISRI Convention & Exposition promises to be a huge draw for both attendees and exhibitors. Exhibitors come from composting systems companies, construction and demolition organizations, scrap recycling equipment manufacturers, truck and transportation firms, waste treatment industries, and many other fields. Visitors come from an equally diverse array of industries and companies. General Kinematics booth will focus on the company’s energy efficient two-mass vibratory solutions for conveying, transferring, and classifying scrap materials. Information will also be available at the booth for attendees involved in waste processing, recycling, bulk materials handling, scrap processing, material recovery, and more.

 

The event spans four days. Notable convention speakers include Tom Brokaw, Gov. Haley Barbour (R-MS), Gov. Ed Rendell (D-PA), and Dara Torres (twelve-time Olympic gold medalist). Insights from industry leaders will include discussion on market conditions, the regulatory environment, and focus groups for every segment of the recycling industry. In addition to dozens of insightful workshops and stunning exhibits, there’s fun for the whole family — a gala opener, poolside party, evening reception, and even a picnic cookout. Of course, no Orlando trip would be complete without sponsored trips to Universal Studios and the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. The closing night features the unforgettable Final Night Gala at the Universal Studios.

 

General Kinematics is proud to exhibit at the 2013 ISRI convention and exposition. Interested in learning more about this exciting event and General Kinematics? Find out more about vibratory solutions for scrap processing by visiting General Kinematics website.

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