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2020

With our small IFE memory we would like to offer you a little distraction from daily Corona routine and get you in the mood for the upcoming Christmas celebrations.

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LKAB, one of the largest iron ore mining companies in the world, and IFE, as a specialist for vibrating machines and magnetic separators, have been in a particularly intensive relationship for decades....

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Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) can be recycled without leading to a gradual deterioration in quality...

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Last week, twelve employees were honored by managing director Mag. Walter Scherzenlehner and the works council for their longstanding commitment ...

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We would like to take this opportunity to warmly welcome our new team members and introduce them briefly…

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Today, copper ores mostly contain a copper content of 0.6 - 1 %, ie. 100 tons of rock have to be melted for one ton of pure copper. It is therefore only natural that the CO2 footprint and energy balance...

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In the Czech steel mill Trinecke Zelezarny, tramp iron parts contained in the material flow threatened to damage downstream units. As a result, smooth ore processing could not be guaranteed...

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From June 1, 2020 onwards Libor Holoubek takes care of our customers in the Czech Republic and in Slovakia...

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Due to the low number of active COVID-19 cases, rules were further loosened by the Austrian government by June 15, 2020. In compliance with the generally applicable hygiene regulations, the following changes have also been made at IFE...

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Learn more about the business activities of IFE Material Handling in this challenging situation...

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The average lifetime of an artificial turf system is approximately 12 to 15 years. After that, it can be removed, and the recyclables it contains (rubber, sand, plastic) can be recovered. A particular challenge in the treatment of old turf waste lies in the separation process....

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For the new year 2020 we wish you success, new opportunities, good luck and health.

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