500 up for Arjes

13 May 2020

Equipment manufacturer Arjes has delivered its 500th Impaktor 250 EVO shredder, with recycling and scrap metal company Falk Wedekind the recipient.

Arjes Impaktor 250 EVO shredder

Presentation time at the Arjes manufacturing facility in Germany

The customer, which is based – like Arjes – in Germany offers container and transport services for mixed construction debris, construction and demolition waste and scrap metal, and well as demolishing flats, houses and other buildings. It employs 30 people and its subsidiary Falk Wedekind Metallrecycling was founded at the start of this year.

Arjes CEO Thomas Hayn and area sales manager Chris Erbe handed over the machine to Falk Wedekind, the entrepreneur behind the company, at the Arjes manufacturing facility. They also presented a special certificate to mark the landmark sale.

“The Impaktor 250 EVO will make sure there is order and cleanliness through direct shredding of the disposed materials dumped at the company grounds,”, said Falk Wedekind.

“Until now a certain tonnage of disposed materials had to be collected before a treatment was feasible. The shredder is very compact and fuel efficient and can process a variety of different smaller amounts of material, and the quick-change function of the shafts allows to change shafts that are better suited for certain materials in no time at all.”

 

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