ARJES enters strategic partnership with Bandit Industries
Germany-headed global manufacturer of recycling technology ARJES GmbH and US-headed waste and wood processing equipment manufacturer Bandit Industries Inc., has officially announced a strategic partnership to market ARJES equipment in North America, South America and other markets. The first step was to present an ARJES Impaktor 250 in “Bandit” look at the Waste Expo in Las Vegas last month and promote the new cooperation strategy.
Celebrating 35 years in business, Bandit Industries began in 1983 when Mike Morey Sr. and six employees built the first Brush Bandit chipper in a small mid-Michigan warehouse. Today the company employs over 400 people in over 280 000 square feet of manufacturing space, serving 56 countries with over 50 different models of hand-fed chippers, stump grinders, whole tree chippers, “The Beast” horizontal grinders, track carriers and skid steer attachments.
ARJES Recycling Innovation and Bandit Industries have both continually developed and opened new markets. Bandit Industries is a successful example of installing and maintaining long-term business relationships. ARJES is bringing innovative products that are well-known in the recycling industry into this relationship. The partnership of both companies has many positive effects.
Worldwide demand for recycling machinery is constantly increasing. This partnership offers big chances. ARJES will be able to access a much larger distributor and customer base through the Bandit sales network as well as Bandit will be able to offer its dealer network a wider product range and added value, said Thomas Hayn, General Manager of ARJES in a statement.