Redwave Opens U.S. Subsidiary to Sell Sorting Equipment for Recycling Facilities

Austrian sensor based sorting equipment manufacturer for the recycling industry, Redwave has launched a U.S. subsidiary company.

Austrian sensor based sorting equipment manufacturer for the recycling industry, Redwave has launched a U.S. subsidiary company.

The company said that the American market offers strong growth potential throughout the environmental and recycling sector, and that it has already supplied around 150 machines to the country.

By opening a subsidiary, Redwave Solutions US, the company said that it will now be better able to service the needs of its American customers.

Redwave explained that the new company is currently in the development phase, with both sales activities and after-sales service forming its core business activities.

The company said that over the coming years it plan to become a leader in the sales, design, and installation of turn-key Material Recycling Facilities (MRFs), as well as a supplier of sorting solutions into other specialised and developing markets such as plastics recycling, waste derived fuels and other opportunities that present themselves.

Redwave also noted that the current market situation in the U.S. is very competitive with many companies that have already established as fully integrated MRF builders, but said that the core technology it offers already has fairly established reputation in the market.


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