SEATTLE (Scrap Monster): Re-Teck- a leading global reverse supply chain management solution provider announced grand opening of their newest facility in the City of Etten-Leur. The addition of the third facility has expanded the company’s presence in the Brabant region. The grand opening ceremony was attended by customers, partners as well as company and government representatives.
The company is currently testing an innovative solution for recycling lithium batteries in America, which it hopes to implement in Netherlands as soon as possible. It has reportedly developed a process that includes dry output and oxygen-free shredding, considered to be efficient than traditional battery recycling methods. Re-Teck targets to grow and invest in the region of Brabant, the press release noted.
Eelko Brinkhoff, Director Foreign Investments & International Trade at the Brabant Development Agency (BOM) said that it is very pleased to have supported Re-Teck in their expansion process in Brabant. The new facility will help the company to further expand their activities and contribute to a sustainable future, he added.
The expansion project was also assisted by the Netherlands Foreign Investment Agency (NFIA), Holland International Distribution Council (HIDC) and REWIN West-Brabant.
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