Subsidiary in America

In the last few years, REDWAVE has become one of the leading suppliers of the sensor-based sorting technology in the European and American region. Standard and special solutions in sorting technology are offered to customers all over the world. Furthermore, complete recycling plants are planned and commissioned as well. At present, about 150 sorting machines from REDWAVE are already sorting waste in the United States. REDWAVE has founded a subsidiary with the name Redwave Solutions US in New York to serve the American market in an even better way in the future. The company was established in December 2013 (Fig.) and is now being set up. Sales activities as well as the After Sales Service are the core businesses of the American subsidiary.


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