Metso Awarded American Metal Market's Scrap Equipment Provider of the Year

Fri June 30, 2017 - National Edition
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Metso has been recognized as the best scrap equipment provider of the year by American Metal Market.
Metso has been recognized as the best scrap equipment provider of the year by American Metal Market.

Metso has been recognized as the best scrap equipment provider of the year by American Metal Market. The recognition was granted for the best-in-class performance and announced at the AMM Awards 2017 for Steel Excellence, in New York.

American Metal Market's Awards for Steel Excellence is one of the most prestigious and recognizable awards programs for the global steel industry. Metso was honored, in part, because of special attention to helping customers improve operational efficiency and environmental stewardship with sustainable solutions.

"Metso's product offering for metal recycling is among the most comprehensive in the industry. Through our Lindemann, Texas Shredder and N-Series product lines, we offer a full range of pre-shredders, automobile shredders, shears, balers, and briquetters, along with complete capability for developing custom solutions for our customers' ferrous and non-ferrous scrap processing needs," said Keith Carroll, VP, Metso Metal Recycling, Americas.

Metso Strengthening U.S. Operations In Metal Recycling

Recently Metso increased the number of personnel in North America to put together an experienced and knowledgeable sales staff for metal recycling products and services.

"Members of Metso's recycling organization have performed and excelled in varied backgrounds, including engineering, field service, shredder operations, product development, sales, and management. They continue to be backed by an experienced product management, sourcing, distribution, and field service organization," Carroll said.  

For more information, visit metso.com.




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