Plastic Automation Engineering Inc. will represent Virtus Equipment in Canada

Press Release from Plastic Automation Engineering Inc.

Plastic Automation Engineering Inc. (PAE) will represent VIRTUS Equipment Inc., a US supplier of plastics recycling equipment and injection molding machines. Virtus offers the most complete, diversified product line of size reduction machines including heavy-duty shredders, granulators, pulverizers and auxiliary equipment. In addition, Virtus offers the LOG brand-name of injection molding machines known for their cost-effectiveness, world-class design, and reliability.

“We are delighted to represent Virtus Equipment Inc. in Canada effective immediately. Plastic Automation Engineering Inc. has been active in the plastics industry for three decades and knows the Canadian marketplace very well. For these reasons, we’re confident the high quality and reliability which characterize all Virtus machines will make a reliable differentiator in the market. Our commitment to assisting Virtus to enhance its presence in Canada is strong and will provide a durable liaison between our two companies.” announced George Vasilca, Marketing Manager, PAE Inc.

VIRTUS President Tom Breslin said, “ We are very fortunate to have the PAE organization as a part of our team and expect that, together, PAE and Virtus will be able to effectively serve the needs of our Canadian customers for years to come. PAE is one of the premier agencies in Canada.   Their reputation, service to the industry, and performance make them a logical and valued partner in the VIRTUS family.”

Plastic Automation Engineering Inc. is a Toronto-based manufacturer’s representative company providing sales, marketing, technical support, and application engineering services to the Canadian plastics industry. The firm was formed thirty years ago by Nick Doiu and George Vasilca, two experienced technology entrepreneurs. Over time, PAE Inc. has built a strong reputation for its business integrity, reliability, and excellence in customer service.

For additional information, contact George Vasilca at 579-881-8724 r Tom Breslin at 847-291-1800