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Bunting Magnetics Executive Named to PEMA Board

Bunting Magnetics Executive Named to PEMA Board

Rod Henricks, Bunting Magnetics Co. director of sales, has been named to the board of directors of the Process Equipment Manufacturers Association (PEMA), a trade association representing manufacturers that supply equipment and systems to a broad spectrum of processing industries. Henricks, who also chairs the PEMA membership committee, will serve a three-year board term.
 
Formed in 1960, PEMA brings together companies that supply equipment and systems used by process industries, including but not limited to: food, chemical, pharmaceutical, waste water treatment, paint and coatings, agribusiness, ceramics, metals, plastics, wood, pulp and paper, environmental, building products, and mining/minerals.
 
For more than 50 years, Bunting Magnetics Co. has developed and manufactured precision magnetic products for the worldwide printing, automobile, plastics, food, electronics and recycling industries. Bunting Magnetics Co. products serve global markets and include a broad range of magnetic materials and components, magnetic separation systems, material handling equipment, magnetic printing cylinders, metal detection equipment, bonded magnetics, and assemblies. Bunting manufacturing facilities are located in Newton, KS, suburban Chicago, DuBois, PA, and Berkhamsted, England.  

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