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Hapman Announces New Partnership

Article-Hapman Announces New Partnership

Hapman, an industry leader in conveyors and bulk material handling equipment for 70 years, announces the addition of Solids Processing Equipment and Conveying Systems Inc. (SPECS) of Cypress, TX, to its team of North American factory representatives.

“SPECS Inc. is a well-respected company in Texas with a line of complimentary equipment to the Hapman broad-range of bulk material handling equipment,” said Jim Hughes, national sales director for Hapman. “We are looking forward to a long-term partnership with SPECS as part of Hapman’s strong growth plans. Together we provide tailored bulk material handling equipment and systems for process industries.”

SPECS Inc. will focus its technical sales and support efforts in Texas where, for more than 25 years, they have supported manufacturing customers, assisting with selection and design of bulk material handling equipment. The company has offices in Dallas, San Antonio, and Houston (Cypress), serving processors in the mining, chemical processing, food manufacturing, cement, and pharmaceutical industries.

SPECS Inc. was established in 1983 by Jay Troell and Tim Hays, who have decades of industrial material handling and process industry experience. SPECS Inc. is comprised of technical specialists dedicated to selecting the right Hapman equipment supported by related and ancillary equipment the company represents.

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