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IEM Conveying Systems GmbH

The MHEA would like to welcome IEM Conveying Systems GmbH as a Corporate Member of the Association. IEM Conveying Systems GmbH is an innovative partner in the field of material flow systems for both, bulk and piece goods handling. Located in Bavaria they offer consulting, engineering, manufacturing and commissioning of conveying systems from one source.

As a system provider for all aspects of conveyor technology, they develop technically high-quality, durable and economical solutions for new plants and refurbishments to meet specific requirements. IEM offers a wide range of different products and solutions for all kinds of power plants – especially waste incineration and coal fired plants. They also provide safe drum transport systems for nuclear decommissioning. Whether convening technology for waste to energy, sludge combustion or wastewater treatment plants are required – IEM Conveying Systems is one of the top providers in this field of expertise. They are also leaders in the field of mercury reduction in flue gas by means of precipitating agents and activated carbon based technologies. IEM was founded in 1969 and has currently 230 employees in the entire IEM Group.



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