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Grand delivery cerimony of three machines to Tata, India

Mar 03 2010
Grand delivery cerimony of three machines to Tata, India
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On 26th February, in front of more than fifty people, the Indian steel giant TATA STEEL celebrated the delivery of three brand new Dulevo sweepers, which – as of today – will be operating at KRL Infratech, the company in charge of the cleaning services within the TATA plant in Jamshedpur, active since more than 100 years and that changed the original name of the city into TATA NAGAR, the city of TATA

Grand delivery cerimony of three Dulevo machines to Tata, India

Following the environmentally friendly trend of the Indian steel plant, the three machines (two Dulevo 5000 Evolution and one Dulevo 200 Quattro) have all been equipped with the GORE® filter, which is capable of retaining 99% of PM10 thin dusts, something extremely important considered the great quantity of dust produce by the processing of steel. During the presentation, the president of TATA Steel, Mr. Raghunath Pandey,  brandished a chequered flag as a symbolic beginning of the cleaning operations. The whole managing capacity of TATA, together with Sumeet Khurana (Director of Dulevo India) and Nicola Chiapponi (Dulevo International Product Manager), after having unveiled the machines for the audience, have taken part to the coconut breaking ceremony. This project linking TATA, KRL and DULEVO will surely have a great success. Not only for the coconuts, but for the consistent quantity of the Dulevo cleaning products.

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