The Lybover Group is well-known for its customised layouts and implementations in the field of recycling and bulk handling. In striving to create projects of great value, the family-owned business group tailors solutions that go beyond the standard. Apart from its own production facilities in Waregem and Bruges, the group relies on a well-chosen set of international technology partners. Recently, Lybover added a new partner to this exclusive list. Through the partnership with Westeria, the Lybover group further completes its range of bulk handling and recycling solutions.
Ostbevern and Beveren-Leie join forces
In order to provide an answer to the most diverse recycling and conveying questions within the BeLux market, Lybover and German Westeria recently decided to join forces. With this partnership Lybover expands its range of windsifting, conveying, dosing and spreading solutions. “The Lybover Group is a reliable and well-respected Belgian player. We look forward to a successful collaboration in the coming years,” says Rainer Flaute, Head of Sales at Westeria. German Westeria has over 60 years of experience in manufacturing of innovative machines and is constantly developing new recycling machines and conveying systems for a valuable and profitable circular economy.
Technology to turn visions into projects
The exclusive partnership with Westeria is a clear win-win. Westeria provides the technology and Lybover finds the right application and takes care of the integration based on a modern and agile engineering and project approach. This partnership is part of a long tradition of collaboration. “At Lybover we turn visions into projects. In order to provide suitable solutions to increasingly complex challenges we need to expand the portfolio of our technology partners”, says Hans Boels, CEO of Lybover. The right technology combined with our one stop shop approach, broad expertise and challenge driven experts is a tailor-made formula for success. “We are more than ever ready to turn visions into projects in 2023”, concludes Hans Boels.