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Vortex Partners with DMN in Russia

Article-Vortex Partners with DMN in Russia

Vortex Global Limited, a UK-based solids and bulk handling components company, have entered into a strategic sales and marketing partnership in the Russian market with DMN Vostok LLC.

Under the terms of the agreement, DMN Vostok will obtain the exclusive right to sell and promote Vortex’s solids handling components throughout Russia.

"This partnership is a perfect strategic fit for Vortex's global business model," said Laurence Millington, international sales manager of Vortex Global Ltd. "We are excited to work with the team at DMN Vostok, and to share in the longer-term commercial success of Vortex products in Russia."

DMN Vostok, managed by Nikolay Poperekov, is a subsidiary of DMN Westinghouse, a Dutch manufacturer of rotary valves. “There are many synergies between the Vortex and DMN product range,” said Poperekov. “Our customer base in Russia will greatly benefit from this expanded offering.”
For almost 40 years, Vortex Valves has provided slide gates, diverters, iris valves, and loading spouts, designed specifically for handling dry bulk solids in gravity, vacuum, dilute, or dense phase applications.

DMN-Westinghouse has been designing and manufacturing rotary valves, diverter valves, and other related components for the bulk solids handling industry for more than 40 years.

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