HAMMEL Recyclingtechnik GmbH started in 1996 with three employees at the Bad Salzungen location. Through continuous development, HAMMEL has grown into one of the world's leading companies, with several hundred employees, in the field of shredders and recycling technology.
HAMMEL develops efficient complete systems and special machines. Our competent team works closely with our customers and dealers to find the optimal and most reliable solution for their needs.
The assembly of HAMMEL products takes place centrally in our main plant in Bad Salzungen, Thuringia.
The world's first mobile scrap processing plant was developed and manufactured by HAMMEL. With this complete plant, it was possible for the first time to process mixed materials, such as car bodies, into material-separated end products.
Since then, developing our market-driven processing solutions has been our daily drive. This applies to all recycling areas such as wood, waste and scrap processing.
Even difficult tasks are no problem, materials such as railway sleepers with plates, wind turbine wings and dumper tires.
HAMMEL Recyclingtechnik GmbH assists its customers with progressive products and innovative strength at all times as a reliable partner.
HAMMEL Recyclingtechnik GmbH has both a worldwide sales and service network as well as subsidiaries and affiliates such as:
With our dealers and service partners in Europe, America, South America, Asia and Africa, we are your reliable partner worldwide in recycling technology. HAMMEL is competence from a single source - individual and innovative.
HAMMEL Swiss Recycling Systems AG is responsible for sales, trading and service business in the field of recycling technology in Switzerland. The local customers are individually advised and looked after by competent sales representatives. Since 2008 the company mwn GmbH is official service partner of the company SRS AG.
The BDSV represents the interests of German companies in the field of steel recycling and stands for the preservation of the environment and the conservation of raw material reserves. A key objective of the BDSV is the creation of economic and environmental framework conditions for the recycling industry.
HAMMEL Recyclingtechnik GmbH has been a member of the BDSV since 2012 and benefits from the regular specialist and factual information service.
More information can be found at http://www.bdsv.org
Today, the BIR has more than 850 private sector member companies and 40 national associations from more than 70 countries. The work of the association is divided into four sectors: non-ferrous metals, iron & steel, paper and textiles. The BIR actively contributes to environmental protection by promoting the fair trade of secondary raw materials and the sustainable use of recycled products.
HAMMEL Recyclingtechnik GmbH has been a member of BIR since 2014 in order to use the international platform. Thus, HAMMEL has the opportunity to make new international business contacts, to find out about the worldwide recycling markets and to gain knowledge about the legal framework and the latest recycling technologies.
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