Metso adapts to scrap metal industry demands with high-value recycling solutions
- Leading players in the sector trust Metso Germany for its powerful combination of Lindemann and Texas Shredder brand philosophies
Metal recycling has been embedded in most European and Western companies for decades, and in this sector, leading players trust Metso Germany for its powerful combination of Lindemann and Texas Shredder brand philosophies. Metso delivers tailored engineering solutions for any business – whether the need is for first-class recycling machinery or for more versatile equipment for smaller processors. The metal scrap processing expert is expanding its footprint in Asia as foundries, steel mills and automotive companies increasingly seek resilient recycling systems that save energy and resources.
“Steel recycling uses only a fraction of the electrical energy required to make new steel, and produces less environmental emissions,” says Michael Simon, commercial managing director of Metso Germany. “We are your partner in this space. We want our customers to succeed and we value long-term relationships so we provide total customer satisfaction.”
A trailblazer in eco-friendly, solidly engineered and cost-efficient recycling solutions, Metso combines highly sophisticated engineering with excellent German technology and modern design to develop cornerstone products that meet the needs and expectations of the recycling industries. Its core products include automotive shredders, scrap shears, baling and briquetting presses.
Present in more than 50 countries, the company adapts to market demands to continue to provide robust, long-lasting equipment and after-sales service. It collaborates with clients, universities and other environmental institutions to constantly improve its products. For instance, it works with air industry leaders to create better extraction systems for shredder plants to reduce emissions.
“The metal recycling market is constantly changing, so we make a big difference by improving operational efficiency, increasing profitability and reducing risks,” says Ioannis Giouvanitskas, vice-president, metal recycling for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and Asia-Pacific. “We have partnered with strategic and complementing companies and institutions to serve not just the high-end market, but also the mid-market players including the growing industries in Asia.”