Rotajet Systems and AMIS Join Forces

Rotajet Systems and AMIS have decided to join forces in the latest big news for the plastic recycling industry, machine manufacturers and suppliers.

With their headquarters in Zuzenhausen, Germany, AMIS have built their reputation on their absolute dedication to customer satisfaction. Established in 1994 with just 6 employees their success led to a fast expansion which grew their workforce to 60 in just a few years.

Today, AMIS is one of the largest suppliers of size reduction technology in Europe and maintains a stock of more than 200 used machines, new Zerma machines and a large selection of spares.

As Rotajet Systems gears up as newly approved UK and Ireland agents for AMIS, the partners are excited for the new opportunities that this could lead to.

Equally, with AMIS as approved agents for Rotajet, the company expects to see new doors opening for business opportunities within the European Union.

Rotajet Systems are another key player in the plastic recycling industry; offering customers anywhere from plastic washing and drying machinery up to full plastic recycling plants.

Specialising in producing full recycling systems, Rotajet is a leading UK-based manufacturer with approved agents across the globe.

Bringing to the table 30 years of knowledge and experience, Rotajet has developed their range of plastic recycling equipment to suit the varying demands of the industry.

With this, Rotajet have built relationships with many other key players across the world to deliver leading solutions to the world’s plastic crisis.

Now with the forces of AMIS on side, Rotajet will be able to expand their offering to customers and position themselves as a market leader in the supply of recycling machinery.

As a part of this new partnership deal, Rotajet will be supplying and supporting the complete range of size reduction equipment offered by Amis including; new Zerma machinery, reconditioned machines, and a part exchange service for clients that want to upgrade existing shredders or granulators.

Colin Steward of Rotajet has said of the relationship: “we have been working with Amis for some time, and the introduction of AMIS machinery and services into our portfolio gives our clients a complete suite of plastic recycling machinery from one supplier.

It will also allow us to offer our customers the very best that size reduction machinery has to offer, with a full range of specialised, market-leading equipment”.

The new deal will also help AMIS in their mission to become a global leader in the supply of size-reduction equipment, adding to their ever-growing network across the world.

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