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The different type of family reuniting

The Planetary Roller Extruder comes home, a family reunion of a somewhat different kind. It's not often these days that a company with a pioneering spirit gets to shake hands with its inventor. But exactly this reunion was made possible on 10 June 2022. Together with Renate Rust and Sebastian Rust, widow and managing son of the late company founder Harald Rust, the Wittrock family with Elith Wittrock, daughter of Ludwig Wittrock together with husband Erich Schulte and their sons Tammo Wittrock and Eike Schulte were guided through the factory halls of ENTEX Rust & Mitschke GmbH in Bochum-Gerthe. They were also warmly welcomed by ENTEX co-managing director Nils Ritterhoff. The dynamics and revolutionary technology of this system almost 70 years after its invention would certainly make the inventor of the Planetary Roller Extruder Mr. Ludwig Wittrock proud, but of course also the founder of ENTEX, Mr. Harald Rust.

Picture shows from left to right: Sebastian and Renate Rust, Elith Wittrock, Erich Schulte, Tammo Wittrock, Eike Schulte and Nils Ritterhoff

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