Industrial Service Solutions division forms new partnerships
ISS' new partnership with Taurus America will help the company to increase its position as a leader in heavy-duty recycling equipment to the scrap metal industry.
Industrial Service Solutions

Industrial Service Solutions division forms new partnerships

The company's Recycling Technologies division has partnered with Taurus America as well as a new sales representative in Mexico, Central America.


The Recycling Technologies division of Industrial Service Solutions (ISS), Houston, has formed a new partnership with Taurus America to provide sales, service and parts for Taurus’ line of recycling equipment that includes ferrous shears, balers, logger-balers and preshredders. 

According to a news release from ISS, this new relationship will help position Taurus America to increase its position as a leader in heavy-duty recycling equipment to the scrap metal industry.

“Great combination, two companies with a combined 100 years plus of experience in the recycling industry. We look forward to providing the industry with great equipment and support,” says Sidney Wildes, president of Taurus America. 

Taurus America is the exclusive provider for sales, service and support for the Taurus product line. Headquartered in Georgia with a 90,000-square-foot fully equipped machine shop and parts warehouse providing production and assembly capabilities along with electrical assembly and installation.

“ISS Recycling Technologies continues to add quality products, service, and support for a wide range of offerings in the recycling industry. Through our partnership with Taurus America, we’ve added another proven line of recycling equipment to our offerings,” says Bill Tigner, vice president of ISS Recycling Technologies. 

Additionally, ISS has also entered into an agreement with Marcelo Davila of Monterrey, Mexico, who will offer sales representation for ISS Recycling Technologies in Mexico and Central America.

“Davila brings vast operational and commercial knowledge to our recycling division,” Tigner says. 

Prior to partnering with ISS, Davila served more than 15 years in the procurement and purchasing departments for Deacero, a steel producer based in Monterrey, and as a project manager for Deacero’s scrap shredder operations. He has a Bachelor of Science in industrial engineering from Monterrey Institute of Technology. 

ISS supplies and supports automobile shredders, motors and drive systems, castings and wear parts that include design, engineering, service and turnkey installation for complete scrap recycling facilities. ISS is known for its depth in a broad range of industry applications and expertise in multiple equipment types, which offers a bundled solutions approach. With 45 locations across the nation, the company offers field services, fully equipped service shops and supply shops with available parts.