UNTHA America continues to headline waste events
Virtual, Jul 02, 2020
COVID-19 risked stopping many organizations in their tracks, particularly when it came to attending events, meeting new people and showcasing fresh technologies.
But the waste and recycling industry is known for its approach to innovation and – almost overnight – established expos pivoted to ensure they could still host delegates keen to learn and progress.
Now, instead of occupying vast exhibition halls, many of these market-leading events have taken to the online ‘stage’. And, as a business at the forefront of the resource sector, with lots to say and extremely proud of the shredding solutions we design and supply, we were keen to be involved.
So, hot on the heels of headlining Waste Today’s Virtual Trade Show back in May, UNTHA America now features on the program for two upcoming conferences:
- Our president Bernhard Martinz and director of global business development Gary Moore will present at the second Waste Today Virtual Trade Show on August 6th. They’ll provide an insight into some of the most cutting-edge engineering developments at UNTHA’s HQ, which are continuing to change the face of what’s possible within the waste and recycling environment. Tune in to this session – the first on the program – to learn how to boost capacity, profitability and your sustainability agenda.
- UNTHA America has also been announced as a gold sponsor of WasteExpo TOGETHER Online. More than 50 years after it was initially launched, this event has grown to become the largest of its kind in North America. So, the team has worked hard to ensure it doesn’t disappear from the calendar. It will now take place 100% virtually from September 14-17, and we look forward to showing our support and remaining a key part of this important fixture.
Now, the important question is, will we ‘see’ you at either of these exciting events? We hope so.
If you can’t attend, or there’s anything you’d like to discuss with the UNTHA team in advance of these expos, please don’t hesitate to contact us.