The Materials Handling Engineers’ Association is delighted to announce that Turkish-based TORAMAN MAKİNA has signed up to become a new member of the MHEA.
TORAMAN MAKİNA, founded in Ankara in 1944, designs and manufactures conveying systems, bucket elevators, rotary valves, feeders, crash hammers, sieves and machines for the bulk solids handling industry.
It is a well-known name in the sector, with a reputation for high quality products, dedicated staff and first class customer service, focusing in particular on mining, construction, food and chemicals.
In recent years, TORAMAN MAKİNA has started to work in treatment systems, biogas systems in Turkey, Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan as consultant, designer and manufacturing company.
Said Güneç Aydin of TORAMAN MAKİNA: “As a member of the MHEA, our main aim is to work closely with other partners across the bulk materials handling industry. We want to enhance co-operation and employ a ‘hand in hand’ approach to make a difference.”
For more than 75 years, the Materials Handling Engineers’ Association has supported the interests of companies supplying and using powder and bulk handling equipment around the world.
Companies become part of the MHEA to tap into a unique technical marketing knowledge base and to share good practice.
As a MHEA member, TORAMAN MAKİNA will enjoy a range of benefits including industry-level promotion, networking, knowledge-sharing, conferences and seminars.
Chairman of the MHEA Michael Kaye said: “On behalf of the membership, I would like to welcome TORAMAN MAKİNA to the MHEA and thank them for supporting our industry association. The credibility and geographical coverage the MHEA has is attracting members from overseas whom recognise the benefit of being part of the association.”
Find out more about TORAMAN MAKİNA see www. www.toramanmakina.com/