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Nol-Tec, Appcon Form Strategic Partnership

Article-Nol-Tec, Appcon Form Strategic Partnership

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Move aims to better serve food & beverage clients

Nol-Tec and Appcon have formed a strategic partnership to provide a larger selection of bulk material handling equipment and services to food & beverage clients.

Combining technical expertise, business resources, and innovative equipment positions the companies to meet clients’ evolving needs. The companies partner with clients to modernize their bulk material handling systems by offering new, upgraded, or retrofitted options.

“We’re excited to integrate Appcon’s experience, expertise, and USDA sanitary equipment into our offerings to help us provide more solutions to the marketplace,” said Iain McNerlin, VP of sales & marketing, Nol-Tec.

“We’re extremely excited for the opportunity to partner with an industry leader like Nol-Tec. We believe each company possesses a very complementary product line and set of capabilities. We’re confident we can provide an unmatched experience for all food and beverage clients,” said John Arundel, president, Appcon.

About Nol-Tec

Founded in 1983, Nol-Tec is a global bulk material handling equipment and systems provider. The company specializes in dense and dilute phase pneumatic conveying, weighing & batching, pneumatic blending, storage & unloading, and automation & controls integration.

About Appcon

Appcon provides high-quality, state-of-the-art powder process and conveying equipment and solutions for the bulk powder processing industry. The company has years of experience working with USDA, 3A, and advanced food-grade equipment.

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