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1/22/2015

S+S Becomes Sesotec

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Change of name and new logo reflect Sesotec's continuing development.

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Bavaria’s S+S Separation and Sorting Technology (U.S. office in Bartlett, Ill.), a leading global supplier of machines and systems for the detection/separation of contaminants, for products inspection, and for the sorting material flows, is changing its name and logo at month’s end. According to the company, these changes are not only superficial but also reflect the permanent development of the company.

The new name—Sesotec, is internationally pronounced nearly identically by customers and employees, and it is also much easier to find in digital media and alphabetical indices, according to the company. Sesotec has also been known as the company’s internet domain for eight years. 

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