IMC is returning home from the popular NRA Show in Chicago today convinced that its exposure to North American buyers will spawn a flood of orders from across the Atlantic.
The company’s main focus at the exhibition was on showcasing its British-built WasteStation product, and it insists US buyers were bowled over by what they saw.
Steve Witt, managing director of IMC, said the WasteStation received a tremendous response over the four days it took part in the show.
“The interest in IMC’s WasteStation has been nothing short of staggering. I have never known interest like this before,” he said.
IMC currently exports into no less than 110 countries, but remarkably the USA represents virgin territory for the Wrexham-based manufacturer.
Food waste has become a hot topic in the USA within the last 12 months and IMC hopes that its product, which reduces food waste by up to 80% using a macerating and dewatering system, proves to be just what US dealers and operators are looking for.