Vecoplan Sponsoring “Industrial Shredders” Chevy CamaroVecoplan Sponsoring “Industrial Shredders” Chevy Camaro
April 30, 2015
Vecoplan, a worldwide leader in industrial shredding technologies, is sponsoring car #0 at the NASCAR Xfinity Hisense 300, May 23 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. The #0 Vecoplan “Industrial Shredders” Camaro will be fielded by JD Motorsports and driven by Harrison Rhodes.
“We’ve been a fan, sponsor, and friend of Harrison Rhodes for several years now,” said Len Beusse, COO, Vecoplan LLC. “In addition to being an up and coming driver, he’s also a young man of Christian character and integrity. Harrison introduced us to Johnny Davis and his team at JD Motorsports. One of the things they emphasize is reinvesting their earnings back into the technology needed to be a top racing team. That matches our philosophy here at Vecoplan exactly. We see this race as not only a great promotional opportunity for Vecoplan, but also a chance to align ourselves with people that hold the same values as we do.”
A business major at NC State University, Harrison realizes the importance of incorporating doing what you love and doing it profitably. “Vecoplan’s slogan is ‘Technology for a Sustainable Tomorrow’. I know from visiting with them that they are absolutely committed to designing and building the most technologically advanced shredders and systems for recycling, recovering recyclables from waste, and turning the waste residuals into a fuel,” said Harrison. “You need sponsors to be competitive in NASCAR, and it’s great to have a sponsor like Vecoplan that manufactures products you really believe in.”
Vecoplan is a global leader in technologically advanced machinery and systems for shredding and recycling. It designs, engineers, manufactures, installs, and provides start-up training on, as well as ongoing parts and service for individual machines and complete systems used to shred plastics, wood, paper, tires, medical waste, and a range of other materials.
Vecoplan is also a leader in mechanical technologies for processing Biomass, MSW, and other wastes into biofuel and bioenergy feedstock. Capabilities include unloading of raw feed-stocks, pre-shredding, ferrous separation, conveying, screening, air classification, re-shredding, non-ferrous separation, optical separation, testing stations, storage, and metered feeding to the boiler, to the pelletizing machinery, to the liquid fuel conversion system, or to other waste conversion technologies.
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