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Tim Cox joins Flexicon Europe

05 May 2022

Tim Cox has joined Flexicon Europe as Regional Applications Engineer, it was announced by Keith Bourton, managing director. 



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“Adding a seasoned professional of Tim’s calibre will benefit Flexicon’s UK customers across the food, pharmaceutical, mineral, plastics and chemical industries,” says Mr. Bourton, adding, “Tim will spearhead sales in the north of the UK, helping our customers find the best bulk handling solutions for their applications; and will have access to the combined experience of over 25,000 installations of Flexicon equipment and engineered systems worldwide.”

Flexicon is a world leading manufacturer of flexible screw conveyors; tubular cable conveyors; pneumatic conveying systems; bulk bag fillers, unloaders and conditioners; box, drum and container tippers; manual dumping stations; weigh batching systems; and automated plant-wide bulk handling systems.

In addition to their Whitstable, Kent, England location, Flexicon Europe maintain factory-direct sales offices in France, Germany and Spain. Parent company Flexicon Corporation of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA, also own and operate manufacturing facilities in the US, South Africa and Australia, the latter of which maintain factory-direct sales offices in Singapore, Indonesia and Malaysia.

For information contact Flexicon (Europe) Ltd, +44 (0)1227 374710, www.flexicon.co.uk, sales@flexicon.co.uk


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