M&J Recycling - formerly Metso Outotec Waste Recycling - has a new owner, Ahlström Capital. The strategy is in place and the first initiatives are already underway, with more investment in product development and a greater focus on serving customers locally.
"With our new owner, we have a super strong ally on our team who is excited about what we have already achieved and the potential we can unlock. The recycling market is transforming and will continue to grow. We therefore have an exciting journey ahead of us at M&J Recycling," says CEO Uffe Hansen.
Easier to achieve goals as an independent business
As an independent company, M&J Recycling has more room to manoeuvre. This opens up new opportunities in all areas of the business - from product development and M&A to branding - and according to Hansen, the overall outline of the plan is already in place. As an independent company, M&J Recycling will scale up new product launches and strengthen its global service set-up to bring support even closer to its customers.
"Our recently launched M&J F-series of fine-shredders is a great example of what our innovative engineers and production people can achieve. This development must be supported so that we can offer our customers even more of our usual top-quality products. With an even larger partner network, we can also ensure that our customers receive top-quality service for their machines as soon as they need it," says Hansen.
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