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Flexco Introduces Food Grade Belt Cleaner With Dual Durometer Blades At Mobac Show 2017

21 Feb 17 ,  Technology
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OSAKA (9 February 2017) – Flexco, the world’s leading light-duty endless splicing and fastener solutions provider, will be participating at MOBAC SHOW 2017 in Osaka, Japan from February 22 to 25, to showcase an array of innovative conveyor solutions for bakery processing, including FGP Food Grade Precleaner with the dual durometer blade and Novitool® Aero® Press with enhanced features.

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    The Commerce Ministry, in cooperation with Tesco, is launching a campaign to encourage the consumption of Thai fresh fruits at the upcoming London Olympics in a bid to bring Thai fruits to the attention of the world.

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    26 Aug 11 ,  Import/Export
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    22 Jul 11 ,  Import/Export
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