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BRITAS Recycling to become a subsidiary of NGR

NGR (Next Generation Recyclingmaschinen GmbH; Feldkirchen) announced it has acquired BRITAS Recycling Anlagen GmbH. NGR plans to operate BRITAS as a subsidiary.BRITAS is a manufacturer and developer of filtration systems for heavily contaminated plastic melt streams. The automatic screen changers are especially well suited for filtration of post-consumer plastics waste and are used for high output rates, according to a news release.

PlasticsToday Staff

June 18, 2013

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BRITAS Recycling to become a subsidiary of NGR

NGR (Next Generation Recyclingmaschinen GmbH; Feldkirchen) announced it has acquired BRITAS Recycling Anlagen GmbH. NGR plans to operate BRITAS as a subsidiary.

BRITAS is a manufacturer and developer of filtration systems for heavily contaminated plastic melt streams. The automatic screen changers are especially well suited for filtration of post-consumer plastics waste and are used for high output rates, according to a news release.

NGR develops, manufactures and markets plastics recycling equipment in five different lines. The product portfolio covers applications in the areas of industrial in-house waste management and post-consumer plastics recycling. The company says its currently no. 2 on the world market, with an export share of 98%.

"This deal provides BRITAS with access to NGR's global sales network and enables NGR to improve its market position and expertise in the post-consumer applications segment," the news release stated. "Both companies are looking forward to handling the increased demand for high-quality recycling solutions."

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