Limerick, Ireland-based AMCS, a leading supplier of integrated software and vehicle technology for the waste and recycling sector, has announced it has acquired Brady Recycling solutions from London-based Brady plc, a global provider of trading, risk management and settlement software to the energy, commodities and recycling sectors.
The acquisition extends AMCS’s portfolio, with products designed specifically for commercial scrap metal recycling operations. Brady Recycling has an international customer base of more than 100 metal and other recycling companies in North America, Europe and Australasia. The company says it offers a complete suite of transactions management applications designed for any size of commercial recycling operations.
AMCS CEO Jimmy Martin says, “We are excited to welcome the customers and employees of Brady Recycling solutions to AMCS. This acquisition further strengthens our position as the leading technology provider to the global recycling industry. It also underlines our continued commitment to providing practical and proven solutions that support the transformation of the industry to a circular economy.”
Martin continues, “We are committed to a seamless transition for Brady Recycling solutions’ customers and employees and look forward to providing them with an even greater level of support and engagement through our global locations.”
AMCS says its decision to acquire Brady Recycling solutions is consistent with the company’s strategy of growth within the global waste and recycling market. In the past few years the company has continued to strengthen its position with the acquisitions of North America-based PC Scale Technologies, P&L Software and GMT in Europe, as well as Wastedge in Australia. In 2017, AMCS acquired Senddr and its online Digital Engagement platform. The company says it also has secured new business wins in all of its primary markets, which included a number of national and international brands.
AMCS is headquartered in Ireland and has offices located across Europe, United States and Australasia, with approximately 400 employees and more than 1,500 customers.