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Vauth-Sagel doubles visitor numbers at IWF 2018

Vauth-Sagel had more than 1,200 visitors at IWF 2018 in Atlanta, who were particularly interested in the company’s VS Envi waste separation systems and the innovative corner cabinet solution, Cornerstone Maxx.

“We were able to present more innovations than ever before at the trade show, which gave us plenty to talk about,” Heinz-Otto Sagel of Vauth-DSagel said in a statement.

The VS Envi waste separation system is modular concept available for the first time in standard U.S. sizes. Cornerstone Maxx, which debuted at KBIS in January 2018, redfines fiited kitchen corner cabinets, according to the company.

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