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Vortex Global focusing on Sweden with LMB partnership

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Vortex Global Ltd, a solids and bulk handling components company, partners with LM Bulk & Materialhantering AB (LMB) to further the company’s sales in Sweden.

Based in Helsingborg, Sweden, LMB possesses more than 25 years’ experience specialising in the sale of solids and bulk handling components. This collaborative effort will allow Vortex to further target the growing demand for powders and granulates among Swedish manufacturers.

"We have not had a solid representative in the Swedish market for some years,” shared Laurence Millington, Director of International Business for Vortex Global. “LMB has a proven track record in this market and comes highly recommended by other principles. They also see how the addition of Vortex products will strengthen their position in the Swedish dry bulk market, making the partnership of great benefit for both parties.”

Millington explained that by partnering with LMB, Vortex will be in a position to quickly gain market share and further solidify sales in the Swedish market. He added that this market holds great potential for Vortex’s current range of engineered valve offerings, as well as future and up-and-coming Vortex products, such as Vortex loading spouts.

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