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motan defines sustainability as optimizing the configuration of processes while also taking resource conservation, energy efficiency, material recycling, circular economy and environmental friendliness into account. Our products, particularly in the areas drying, conveying and dosing, contribute greatly to sustainability. We believe it is extremely important to look at the sustainability of the entire process as a whole rather than single measures or individual functions. Read more next prev
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