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Participation in Solex

September 9, 2019

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Participation in Solex

September 9, 2019

Anders Invest has acquired a controlling interest in Solex Thermal Science Inc together with its co-shareholders in Mosman. Solex, located in Calgary, Canada, like Mosman, is active in the production and sale of indirect heat exchangers for bulk solids. The expertise of Solex and Mosman are combined so that they can achieve optimum performance for their customers.

 

Solex is a global leader  in the development and sale of indirect heat exchangers for bulk solids. In addition to the application in sugar, oilseeds, and fertilizer production processes, Solex has developed heat exchangers for a wide range of other production processes, for example for coffee beans, foundry sand, and energy storage media.. The company has a great deal of expertise in the field of product development and  has a globally active sales force.

 

In its more than 25 years of existence, Solex has maintained its position as a  market leader in the field of bulk solids heat exchangers. Due to the increasing attention for energy consumption of the production processes and the desired high quality and consistency of product output, indirect heat exchangers are being used in more and more production processes. In recent years, Solex has invested heavily in the development of its technology for applications in a wide variety of bulk materials.

 

Solex and Mosman will join forces to provide optimum solutions for their customers. The locations in Calgary Canada and Haaksbergen Netherlands will remain active and the combination of capacity will enable Solex and Mosman to better serve their customers with products and services. As a result of the combination of the businesses, production of the heat exchangers will be concentrated at the Mosman facility in Haaksbergen and the expectation is that this production location will be expanded.

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