Focus on sustainability

At CeMAT, the world’s leading intralogistics exhibition (02-06.05.2011, Hanover/Germany), the BEUMER Group together with Crisplant a/s and KOCH Holding a.s. will be jointly represented at the exhibition for the first time. At the exhibition, BEUMER will be focusing on innovative and sustainable solutions from the three company divisions, conveyor and loading equipment, palletizing and packaging technology, and sorting and distribution systems. “We do not want people to look upon sustainability as a fashionable buzzword, but to see it in its original sense: in the balance between ecological requirements, economic success and social responsibility“, says Dr. Christoph Beumer.


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