MTB Recycling Updates Logo

French equipment maker says new logo reflects its more diverse product line.

  • July 23, 2012
  • Recycling Today Staff

MTB Recycling, the France-based company that has more than 30 years of experience manufacturing wire and cable chopping systems, has unveiled a redesigned logo. The decision to redesign its logo reflects MTB’s introduction of other equipment, including other nonferrous processing systems, tire recycling equipment and, most recently, an electronics recycling line, according to the company. 

Wendt Corp., Tonawanda, N.Y., which designs and manufactures auto shredding and nonferrous separation systems, is the exclusive North American partner of MTB Recycling.

“While the quality of MTB’s equipment remains the same, the new logo represents the expansion of their product line,” says Bob Childers, Wendt product specialist. “Our exclusive partnership with MTB serves as a great resource for our customers in North America and helps increase Wendt’s presence in several markets. We look forward to new opportunities as we continue with MTB.”

Wendt’s need to create a solution for chopping copper wire from automobile shredder residue (ASR) is an example of MTB’s development of new applications, according to the company.

Wendt designs nonferrous separation plants to recover copper wire from ASR. MTB’s heavy-duty equipment is designed and built to give processors the ability to chop copper wire from ASR and significantly upgrade its value.