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Vortex opens new Chinese location

02 September 20212 min reading
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As COVID-19 restrictions ease, Vortex Asia-Pacific, a solids and bulk handling components company,  announces it has reopened a physical office location in Shanghai, China. The new location is in the heart of downtown Shanghai and will serve Vortex’s customers in China and a variety of countries on the Asian continent.

“We are extremely pleased that we can start to move on from the past 18 months and that our Asia-Pacific customers are getting all the support they need from our new Shanghai office and Tony Zhang,”  said Laurence Millington, managing director at VortexGlobal.

Tony Zhang, Regional Sales Manager

Vortex Asia-Pacific was established in 2009. Now in its 12th year, the Asia-Pacific office is responsible for the corporation’s many business activities occurring throughout China, Hong Kong, Macau, Mongolia, and Taiwan. In addition to the Shanghai office, Vortex’s American headquarters is located in Salina, Kansas and the company staffs additional international offices in Darlington, United Kingdom and Querétaro City, Mexico.

“Vortex has been established in China for over a decade and is excited about our continued partnership with dry bulk processors across the country. It is also great to see our team transition back into a new office environment after a difficult year with the pandemic,” said Travis Young, President & CEO of Vortex Global. 

Worldwide, more than 20,000 companies – including ADM, BASF, Bunge, Cargill, Dow Chemical,DuPont, Fluor, In-Bev, Jacobs Engineering, Kraft Foods, Nestle, P&G,PepsiCo, Rio Tinto, Sabic, Solvay, and Vale – rely on Vortex slide gates, diverters, iris valves and loading solutions. The company boasts a global service network that spans more than 120 countries.

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