Fox Wastepack Systems to be Exhibiting at Upcoming Trade Shows

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Waste Compactor Manufacturer will be displaying its equipment at several upcoming trade shows.

Fox Wastepacksystems, a manufacturer of commercial waste compactors for the food service industry and compactors/cardboard balers, has announced its plans to display at the following trade shows:

  •     NAFAM Georgia; October 11 to 13.
  •     KFC Franchise Association, Arizona; October 14 to 17
  •     Dairy Queen Great Plains Convention, Minnesota; October 28 to 30.
  •     International Hotel/Motel and Restaurants show, New York; November 10 to 13

Fox Wastepack Systems will be displaying their new Model 1600 automatic talking trash compactor (http://www.wastepacksystems.com/trash-compactor.htm)and its Model 24-30 Packer & Baler (http://www.wastepacksystems.com/compactor-baler.htm) at all those shows.

"We are very excited to display our products at these shows," says Anthony Fox, founder of Fox Wastepack Systems. "Our 1600 product is ideal for the food service industry and has proven to save thousands of dollars in waste disposal costs. There are literally tens of thousands of these compactors in use today."

The Model 1600 Talking Compactor is designed to help food service companies such as fast food restaurants or cafeterias to efficiently manage its waste. One of the best features about the 1600 is that it eliminates double handling of compacted waste.

The Model 24-30 is designed for backroom operations where large volumes of waste needs to be compacted and also where cardboard needs to be baled. This dual function machine saves floor space and the need to purchase two separate machines.

Fox Wastepack Systems (http://www.wastepacksystems.com) was founded in 2002 by Anthony Fox, the original inventor of the waste handling systems in 1971. Since then, over 200,000 compaction systems have been sold. The company is privately owned and is located in Bloomington, Minnesota

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