The Heico Companies, L.L.C. ("Heico") has announced that it has completed the acquisition of a majority interest in Shred-Tech Corporation, a market leader in the design and manufacture of mobile and stationary shredding equipment for the document destruction and recycling industries. Based in Cambridge, ON, Shred-Tech also has operations in the U.S., U.K. and Thailand. Heico has partnered in the acquisition with Rob Glass, Shred-Tech's President and CEO, who will continue to lead the Company.
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Shred-Tech custom designs and manufactures reduction systems and shredding machinery for a variety of waste reduction and recycling applications. Fields of specialization include systems for scrap tire processing, municipal solid waste shredding, product recovery and destruction, composting, plastics reprocessing, scrap metals reduction, electronic scrap recycling, and medical and hazardous waste disposal.
Shred-Tech's complete line of single and dual shaft high torque shredders range from 10 HP to 1,200 HP with electric or hydraulic drives for stationary or mobile applications.
Single and dual shaft shredders are designed and manufactured to exacting quality standards. Extra heavy-duty construction ensures extreme shredder durability and long shredder life. The newest addition, the revolutionary MDX-1, offers Ultra High Security, performance and payload. It does more so you can do more!
In-house Engineering & Design Services enable Shred-Tech to customize all standard shredders to meet specific customer requirements.
Check us out online at www.shred-tech.com to learn more about our products and services. Let us do more for you!
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Shred-Tech is very pleased to announce it has entered into an agreement to be the exclusive North American distributer of HAAS primary shredders and HAAS Recycling Equipment. HAAS, based in Germany, was founded in 1989 and according to Shred-Tech, has earned an excellent reputation for their innovation and high quality.
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