Welding and cutting fume removalOil mist removalVehicle exhaust removalVehicle exhaust extraction in fire stations23 Nov 2020General
Extracting and filtering polluted air has been the expertise of Plymovent for over 45 years. As a result of the growing demand for solutions for clean air at work Plymovent expanded its headquarters in Alkmaar, the Netherlands.
This expansion allows for greater efficiency and increased manufacturing capabilities to better respond to customers’ demands.
The growing awareness for a healthy working environment and the strengthened regulations worldwide result in a growing demand for solutions for welding fumes, oil mist and vehicle exhaust. With the expansion Plymovent increased the manufacturing and warehouse capabilities.
“This expansion is important for us to continue meeting the needs of our customers. As the industry grows and changes, we intend to lead with air cleaning technology, comfortable work environments, and a focus that always places the customer first," stated Friso Horstmeier, CEO at Plymovent.
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