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PEMA reports five new members

The Port Equipment Manufacturers Association (PEMA) has reported that its membership grew by five in Q1 2018

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PEMA says that it "has seen sustained growth with five new members in the first quarter of the year, bringing the membership total to 108 companies, representing an increasingly broad cross-section of operations. PEMA hopes to continue its growth in membership into 2018 and in the years ahead."

 

PEMA President Ottonel Popesco said: "With our growing member base and increasingly diverse range of activities, PEMA is better positioned than ever before to ensure that the port equipment and technology sectors have a clear and unified voice in the industry. I would like to thank our new and existing members for their support and look forward to continuing to develop PEMA’s role and responsibilities, in 2018 and beyond.”

 

The new members are:

- Yardeye GmbH, Germany

- Fimer SpA, Italy

- Jiangsu Gangyi Heavy Machinery Co Ltd, China

- Tele-Fonika Kable SA, Hungary

- Baumer Huber GmbH (formerly Hubner Berlin), Germany.

 

More information on the product and service offer of the new members can be found on the PEMA website.

 

 

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