NEW ALBANY, Ind. -- Vecoplan Midwest, LLC has established a program to help organizations that are dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. The company is offering to donate 5 percent of the revenue from each order it receives through June 30, up to $5,000 per order.

Customers who order and pay-in-full equipment from Vecoplan by June 30 may select the charity to receive the donation. The donation will be made in the customer’s name or as an anonymous donor, whichever the customer prefers. If no charity is chosen, and due to the changing of issues caused by the pandemic, Vecoplan will select a charity on behalf the customer.

Vecoplan has remained open and operating during the pandemic shutdown in order to support critical infrastructure workers in industries such as logistics, manufacturing, energy, and agriculture. The company implemented in March protocols for its employees and facilities including shelter-in-place and travel bans, regular workplace sanitization, prohibiting visitors, and disinfecting equipment before shipment.

Vecoplan Midwest, LLC is a subsidiary of North Carolina-based Vecoplan, LLC, both of which are part of Vecoplan AG located in Germany. The companies manufacture industrial and mobile shredding systems for size reduction many materials, selling into plastics, wood, recycling, and waste markets.

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