The sorting equipment market is expected to experience an incremental…

The sorting equipment market is expected to experience an incremental…

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The globe sorting equipment market Size totaled $3.7 billion in 2021 and is expected to provide an additional opportunity of US$7.5 billion by the end of 2032. The demand for sorting systems on the world market is expected to exceed 3.9 billion by 2021 CAGR from 5% to 6% in the forecast period 2022-2032.

Also, these devices automatically sort objects based on structural properties, chemical composition, weight, color, size, shape, etc. Sorting plants are industrial machines used for separating and systematically arranging and grouping goods. These systems are designed to simplify sorting applications, separating them in an automated way according to structural characteristics, color, weight, size, chemical composition, shape and other parameters.

In addition, the applications of sorting vary from agricultural products, consumer goods, books, etc. Sorters are designed to make things easier, and the sorting machine techniques can be digital sorting, optical sorting, magnetic sorting, sensor sorting, to name a few.

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Material handling involves the movement, storage, control and protection of materials during their manufacture, distribution, consumption and disposal. Various material handling systems and equipment are used in industrial plants, e.g. B. sorting equipment. The process of sorting helps in multiple purposes such as: B. separating components, assembling and packaging identical items by sections.

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Examples of some of the market players/vendors identified in the global sorting equipment market are: Sesotec, Tomra, Greefa, Buhler Sortex, BarcoVision, Satake USA, Key Technology, Meyer, Aweta, Daewon GSE, Raytec Vision, Concept Engineers , RTT Steinert, BT Wolfgang Bander, TaiHo, MSS, Pellenc, CP Manufacturing, MSS,…



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