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CM Shredders and Schutte Hammermill usher in Waste Expo 2019 together with a full line of turnkey size-reduction equipment for nearly every market in the Industry.

Sarasota, Florida and Buffalo, N.Y., May 3rd, 2019 - CM Shredders, a leading manufacturer of the worlds most advanced industrial shredders and recycling systems was acquired and joined the Bengal Machine family of size reduction companies earlier this year. 

CM’s new sister company, Schutte Hammermill, is a New York-based manufacturer that has developed an extensive line of size reduction equipment that includes hammer mills, lump breakers, crushers and shredders that provide a consistent and exact finished particle size.

This acquisition brings together two of the best-in-class premium shredding & size reduction equipment manufacturers in the world whose combined equipment and expertise has the ability to provide a full line of turn-key solutions for nearly every market in the industry.

“Regardless of the products or materials our customers are working with we have the technology, equipment, innovation and expertise to deliver reliable, high performance based solutions to any recycling application" said Christopher Berardi, president of Schutte Hammermill.

To back up this unwavering commitment to innovation CM Shredders recently developed and opened up a new test lab and R&D demo facility in North America. Located at its headquarters in Sarasota, Florida, the new 4000 ft R&D and demo facility will feature both dual shaft and single shaft shredding systems from the company’s versatile product range.

“The new test lab and R&D facility is an exciting new milestone in our long company history of fueling technology and innovation and the latest step in the process of expanding our business activities beyond our traditional orbital operations,” said Charles Astafan, General Manager at CM Shredders. “We will be able to not only develop and provide new products and processes but also help our customers with a proactive approach when facing the challenges of today’s production environments, whether through test shredding, applications, developing turn-key systems, training support or R&D work. We will work closely and proactively with key suppliers and other industry experts to find solutions that help our customers to improve and optimize their current operations,” said Astafan

Both CM Shredders and Schutte Hammermill are excited to join forces under the Bengal Machine banner and will be in attendance together at the 2019 Waste Expo convention & exposition running May 6-9 at the convention center in Las Vegas, Nevada at booth number #4497.


About CM Shredder: For more than 35 years, CM Shredder has been the recognized leader of tire recycling equipment solutions. CM Tire Shredders systems process more than half a billion tires each year worldwide, and CM Industrial Shredders leverage that cutting edge, patented technology to create the most durable and effective shredders with a consistent focus on offering its customers the lowest total cost of ownership.

About Schutte Hammermill: Schutte Hammermill products are known worldwide for their rugged construction, economical price, day-in-day-out dependability and a line of the highest quality, on demand factory replacement wear parts. Founded in 1928, Schutte Hammermill products are made in the USA, proudly manufactured in Buffalo, New York (USA).

Media Contact: Mario Vazquez – Sales & Marketing Director

+1 941-357-5978 (Main) / +1 800-848-1071 (Toll Free)

Mario.Vazquez@cmshredders.com | www.cmshredders.com


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