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We would like to find a local distributor in Bulgaria

Interview with Laura Quarteroni, Sales Expert, Molinari S.r.l.


Your moto is ‘Shred Different’ – what differentiates your products?


We are always looking for innovation and new energy-saving ideas.       

This is why our rotors and cutting systems are different from our competitors’. We have designed three new machineries in only three years!

We break the mould and are constantly looking for new ideas. Sometimes innovations frighten our clients… until they see that our machinery requires less energy than the traditional ones.

Molinari enables its customers to achieve high performance and low energy consumption with the new shredder MT3000. It is the evolution of the traditional hollow rotor that distinguishes the Molinari granulators.

It has been revised to deal expressly with RDF and biomass of various kinds, bales of straw and bulky plastic products, reducing them to a homogeneous size suitable for incineration or other processes.

What solutions will you present and what kind of waste are they applicable to?

We manufacture shredders for alternative fuels, plastics, rubber, copper, waste, wood and aluminium. Our solutions are 100% made in Italy and are applicable for any kind of waste, except iron and inert materials.

What is your market entry strategy for Bulgaria and SE Europe?

We would like to find a local distributor in Bulgaria. The ideal applicant should deal with distribution of other products (for example: screen separators, Conveyor belts, mechanical loaders…) and have a developed sales-network.

From which sectors are you looking for clients and partners?

Waste-to-energy, biomass, wood and plastic recycling.

 

 
 
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Bulgarian Industrial Association


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