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Polish debut for new Kiverco recycling plant

Kiverco picking station

Company also extends European distributor network with appointment of Arcon Polska

KIVERCO, specialists in modular, portable and static recycling equipment, have announced the appointment of Arcon Polska as their new distributor for Poland. 

Established in 1974, the Arcon Group have been supplying high-quality equipment to the manufacturing and processing industries in the Central and Eastern European markets. With a specialized recycling division that already supplies Doppstadt and Steinert products, to name but a few, the addition of Kiverco’s recycling plants represent the perfect fit to Arcon Polska’s current product range.  

Having been embraced by dealers throughout Europe for its simplicity and ease of use, Kiverco decided to introduce their PS122 picking station at Pol Eco System, a major recycling exhibition showcasing the latest advanced technologies, solutions and systems for sustainable development.  

Michal Solsniak, recycling manager for Arcon Polska, commented: ‘We believe the Kiverco range of modular equipment is a perfect complement to our current range of recycling brands. We were attracted to their equipment offer by the flexibility and ease of use, allowing a recycling plant to be set up within hours. 

‘Kiverco’s reputation as a quality equipment manufacturer and their consultative approach to customers made them a perfect fit for Arcon Polska. We look forward to an exciting future with the brand in Poland.’

Gabriel O’Keefe, Kiverco’s dealer manager for Poland, added: ‘We are delighted with this recent appointment of Arcon Polska. With their high level of coverage across Poland in both sales and aftermarket support and a dedicated recycling division, we can look forward to continuing our impressive growth throughout Europe.’

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