US Shredder Enters New Markets
The U.S. Shredder and Castings Group, headquartered in Trussville, Ala., has entered into a supplier partnership with BBM S.p.A., based in Montichiari, Brescia, Italy.
Under the partnership agreement, U.S. Shredder will support BBM’s marketing and engineering team supplying equipment and castings to Europe, the Middle East, North Africa, Turkey and India. The new venture will manufacture U.S. Shredder’s line of shredder systems and provide support to other shredder brands.
Established in 1965 as a fabricator of welded and machined parts and complete machines, BBM has extended its manufacturing portfolio into the railways sector and markets its equipment throughout the world. The company also operates a fabrication facility in India, which supports that local market.
“Our growth has always been based on being able to provide the best equipment and service in the areas we cover,” says Bill Tigner, U.S. Shredder president. “After being completely established in North America, we have successfully ventured into Mexico and South America with local support partners. The resources that BBM has in place will allow us to provide the best system and support in these new markets. It’s one thing to sell a system, it’s quite another to support it properly.”
The U.S. Shredder and Castings Group offers automobile shredders, control systems, downstream systems, nonferrous recovery systems, air systems, scrap shears, balers and loggers as well as shredder castings, service, engineering and consulting to the worldwide scrap industry.
Sennebogen Launches Redesigned Website
Sennebogen of Straubing, Germany, has relaunched its website, www.Sennebogen.com, updating the design and adding new content, such as an Product Finder and Media Portal.
Visitors to www.Sennebogen.com will find a completely revised site with a wide range of new content and easy-to-navigate menus, the company says.
The redesigned site has been designed to serve as an information and communication platform for existing and potential Sennebogen customers and business partners.
The company’s product lines, from material handlers to crawler cranes, are explained at the site’s New Product area. Customers also can search for products by machine group, industry or with the new Product Finder.
Using the site’s Product Finder, models can be categorized according to key attributes, such as operating weight, lifting capacity and design variant, and searches can be narrowed to a specific application area, the company says.
The product section also contains industry-specific recommendations, jobsite reports and a photo gallery as well as information on a wide range of used or ex-demonstration models that are available for sale.
The website’s new Sales & Service link is designed to help connect visitors with the Sennebogen network of more than 300 service points operated by more than 120 sales partners worldwide. In just three clicks of a mouse, users can find a dealer using the animated world map, according to Sennebogen.
The website’s media portal offers the latest jobsite reports in addition to photos and videos of Sennebogen products and sites. Downloads also are offered.
Under the News & Press area, a trade show link presents upcoming events at which Sennebogen or its representative will be exhibiting.
The newly designed Web shop, accessible via the Company page, offers an entire collection of Sennebogen merchandise, including scale models, clothing and novelty items.
Visitors to the site also can read in detail about the company’s 60-year history, check out jobs and read up-to-date news.
A mobile version of the site is coming soon, according to Sennebogen. The company also says it plans to add additional pages and relevant reports in 2013.