A co-operation arrangement has been signed between Lancashire-based machinery sales and service company MachTech Services and Austrian machinery manufacturer ATM Recyclingsystems.
MachTech will look after ATM’s interests in the UK and Ireland, and this will begin with the installation of two baling presses at BMW’s car factory in Swindon.
ATM specialises in metal recycling technologies, and produces high specification briquetting presses, baling presses, breakers and cutters for waste management companies, recycling companies and other companies in the metal industry. Within its product portfolio it has the brand Arno-Technology.
Machtech managing director Joe Hoyle said: “We have many years working with Lindner – the market leaders in the shredding field – and we see many of the same attributes of Lindner within ATM, such as the business ethics of the management to the pride in the quality of their work from the shop floor engineers. This is an attitude we share at MachTech.
“The quality of the ATM product range complements our existing portfolio with no conflicts of interest. ATM are not the first company to have contacted us in regards to entry into our portfolio, but they are the first to have received universal approval from MachTech’s management team.