Past the piles of new scrap, the latest addition to the equipment fleet of Scholz Recycling GmbH is making its way through the yard's storage areas, on its way to the day's first worksite.
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SENNEBOGEN has been a leading name in the global material handling industry for over 65 years. Based in Stanley, (within the Greater Charlotte region), North Carolina, SENNEBOGEN LLC offers a complete range of purpose-built machines to suit virtually any scrap, waste or log handling application. The SENNEBOGEN green line machines range in size from 44,000 to 750,000 lb. SENNEBOGEN offers its full line of material handlers with a rubber-tired undercarriage, on crawler tracks or on customized mounts for stationary, gantry and rail operations. SENNEBOGEN is also the industry leader in electric‑drive scrap handlers, offering dramatic savings in operating costs relative to all comparable diesel‑driven machines.
A nationwide network of top-name equipment distributors supports SENNEBOGEN sales and service across the Americas, ensuring the highest standard of professional machine support. SENNEBOGEN’s new 100,000 sq. ft. parts warehouse and training facility stocks America’s largest and most complete inventory of material handler service parts and machine components.
SENNEBOGEN recently launched its new E-Series generation of machines for heavy duty continuous use. E-Series machines introduce the new Eco-Mode technology for reductions in fuel consumption while producing significantly lower sound levels and emissions.
SENNEBOGEN 835 M E Series
SENNEBOGEN developed its engineering and manufacturing to adapt to customer needs without adding to costs or delivery time and is among the first to bring Tier IV emission compliant production models to market ahead of the 2014 deadline.
SENNEBOGEN 835 Special
Purpose-built diesel and electrically powered SENNEBOGEN machines are able to take on the most demanding duty-cycles and applications without relying on complex, costly electronics.
SENNEBOGEN 850 Special
The SENNEBOGEN green line covers a complete range of handler models and sizes that can be mounted to fit any mobility platform or stationary installation for scrap, waste or log handling.
The elevating MaXCab leads the industry for operator safety, visibility and ease of control.
SENNEBOGEN 5 Tine Grapple
SENNEBOGEN distributors throughout the Americas also supply SENNEBOGEN’s exclusive line of hydraulic 4 tine, 5 tine and Mag grapples.
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