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Komptech Committed to Waste Handling, RDF Industries

Fri November 25, 2011 - Southeast Edition
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Komptech serves the waste handling and RDF industries with machines for shredding, grinding, separating and compost turning.
Komptech serves the waste handling and RDF industries with machines for shredding, grinding, separating and compost turning.

Komptech serves the waste handling and RDF industries with machines for shredding, grinding, separating and compost turning.

Founded in 1992 in Austria, the company is represented throughout the world. Komptech USA in Denver, Colo., has been serving the North American market since 2007.

Komptech invests seven percent of revenues in R&D and continually brings out new developments. Today, with more than 3,000 machines delivered in more than 50 countries, Komptech USA has dealers with local parts and service across the country, as well as a full parts stock and service operation centrally located in Denver.

The Komptech Principle

According to the manufacturer, it has two key questions it asks itself: “Can our customers do better business with our machines?” and “How can we make life easier for our customers?”

“With this focus on customer value, we constantly test the limits of what is possible,” said Todd Dunderdale, director of sales. “The result has been consistent leading-edge performance across the board, from throughput to fuel economy to MTBF. Being dependable is extremely important in our business, and we make sure we deliver, with service that goes beyond most other manufacturers.”

Operational Economy, Usability

Whether diesel, all-electric, or hybrid models, Komptech machines are energy efficient, according to the manufacturer. They also feature easy engine access, fast tooth change, self-explanatory controls and good operator visibility.

Dependability

“Komptech machines are intrinsically contrary-resistant,” Dunderdale said. “If they encounter potentially damaging items in waste that shouldn’t be there, like rocks or large metal pieces, they slow to a stop instead of crashing to a halt like other machines. Damage is minimal, and you can resume work quickly. At Komptech we feel that if a customer is down, we are down.”

For more information, visit www.komptechusa.com.