New Sales Partner: Lindner-Recyclingtech Strengthens its Presence in Japan

Left to right: Michael Lackner, Managing Director, CMO at Lindner, Osamu Kono, CEO at Ryohshin, Manuel Lindner, owner and CEO of Lindner-Recyclingtech, and Siegfried Lohmeier, Sales Director at Lindner, after the signing of the contract. © Lindner-Recyclingtech

Lindner-Recyclingtech, the Austrian specialist for industrial shredding technology, has entered into a sales partnership with one of Japan’s leading shredding technology specialists Ryohshin Co. Ltd. in Toyama, thereby further strengthening its already extensive presence in the region.

Ryohshin will assume responsibility for selling Lindner shredding solutions to the Japanese waste management industry, meaning that one of the most successful Japanese recycling technology companies has now expanded its product range to include Lindner’s high-quality single shaft shredders.

Ryohshin CEO Osamu Kono said, “The Japanese shredder market is characterised by high demand and fierce competition, with a focus on replacing older systems, upgrades and expanding existing capacities. To succeed in this environment in the long term, we choose our partners worldwide according to very strict criteria. We had been searching for a manufacturer whose products would be an ideal complement and addition to our extensive line of waste management solutions – and in Lindner we found exactly what we had been looking for.”

The owner and CEO of Lindner-Recyclingtech Manuel Lindner adds, “We are very proud that we were able to stand out against such strong competition and that Ryohshin opted for Lindner. This success validates our dedication to providing sustainable and reliable industrial shredding solutions. Together we will have a strong presence in this market, whose highly-advanced attitude towards recycling has long been established.”

At N-EXPO (New Environmental Exposition), taking place from May, 23rd – 26th in Tokyo, Lindner-Recyclingtech and Ryohshin will jointly present their products on stand A245 in East Hall 2.

 

About the author

Ewan has been editor of Retreading Business since 2006 and of Tyre & Rubber Recycling since the magazine was founded. During this period he has become an expert on the global tyre recycling sector. He has many years' experience as an automotive journalist including a period at Tyres & Accessories.

 

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