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The SCHWING Technologies North America office in Princeton, NJ. Image courtesy of SCHWING Technologies

SCHWING Technologies Opens Location in the U.S.

Thermal cleaning solutions and fluid bed process technology firm SCHWING Technologies is opening a new sales office in the U.S., the company announced this week. 

The newly founded SCHWING Technologies North America Inc. is based in Princeton, NJ. The North American office is headed by chemical engineer Michael J. Robinson, a proven expert in fluidized bed process technology and previous manager of the Fluidized Bed Process Technique Department at SCHWING Technologies GmbH in Germany. 

Andrew S. Dickinson, who has extensive knowledge of thermal processing, will serve as Sales Manager for North America. 

The two specialists will advise and support customers in the USA and Canada on all issues relating to fluidized bed process technology, heat treatment, and thermal cleaning.

For 50 years, SCHWING Technologies has built close relationships with the North American market—initially as an importer and licensee for American companies, later as a supplier of German-engineered systems. The opening of the office increases the firm’s presence in North America.

SCHWING Technologies is a global provider of high-temperature systems for thermal cleaning, thermo-chemical finishing and heat treatment of metal parts and tools. The owner-managed company designs, manufactures, and operates systems at its headquarters in Neukirchen-Vluyn in Germany's Lower Rhine region.

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