Increased Metal Volumes Lead Scholz To A Third SENNEBOGEN Material Handler

Flexible and safe

With the convenient Maxcab, operators can get a clear view of the work zone from a height of up to 18 ft. (5.7 m).

Zwickau, Saxony – With a growing automotive industry in its backyard, Scholz Recycling GmbH is keeping up with flexible, heavy-duty solutions to streamline its business operations.

The town of Zwickau is considered a relatively new entrant into the German automobile industry but cars have been rolling off the lines here for leading OEMs since the 1990s. As more manufacturers have come here to build, the supply of old and new scrap has been growing. Where there’s scrap in Germany, you also find Scholz Recycling. Each year, the Scholz facilities in Zwickau ships more than 32,000 tons of old scrap and 95,000 tons of new scrap. To keep the material moving, Scholz has learned to rely on SENNEBOGEN purpose-built material handlers, including a stationary electric-drive machine as well as an 825 M. Last year, Scholz turned to SENNEBOGEN again for a new 830 M E.

Fleet expansion for greater efficiency
The decision to expand the site’s SENNEBOGEN fleet was driven simply by the growing volume of material to process. Marc Schaefer, Scholz’ Purchasing Manager in Zwickau, explains: “We now have to stage 12,000 tons to ship across Europe each month. With the new 830 M, we can now respond to the larger scrap volumes with much greater flexibility.”

The 830 has a reach of more than 55 ft, (16.8 m) and a 1-yard grapple. It fits perfectly into our operation by bringing feedstock to the stationary unit to feed the shears. The elevated cab lets operators work comfortably and safely at an eye-level of 18 ft. (5.5 m) so they have a view over their entire work area.

Green division of labor

The 830 E mobile material handler complements the stationary unit at the center of Scholz’ scrap yard in Zwickau.

Reduced operating costs offer competitive edge
SENNEBOGEN’s past performance was a key factor in selecting the new 830. “In the past, we have had very positive experiences with SENNEBOGEN,” Schaefer continues. “They have provided us with efficient, purpose-built solutions. All three of these machines won us over with their durability, long service life and low operating costs.”

Schaefer thanks SENNEBOGEN’s “Green Efficiency” power system for the cost savings delivered by his mobile machines. “Its automatic Idle and stop controls reduce unnecessary fuel consumption. It also adjusts speed up or down, depending on the power required for the job. These make the scrap handler more efficient overall, and give us a competitive edge over the long term.”

About SENNEBOGEN

SENNEBOGEN has been a leading name in the global material handling industry for over 65 years. Based in Stanley, North Carolina, within the greater Charlotte region, SENNEBOGEN LLC offers a complete range of purpose-built machines to suit virtually any material handling application. Established in America in the year 2000, SENNEBOGEN LLC has quickly become a leading provider of specialized equipment solutions for recycling and scrap metal yards, demolition, barge and port operations, log-handling, transfer stations and waste facilities from coast to coast. A growing network of distributors supports SENNEBOGEN LLC sales and service across the Americas, ensuring the highest standard of professional machine support and parts availability.

For more information on the full line of SENNEBOGEN green line material handlers, contact:

Constantino Lannes, President
SENNEBOGEN LLC
1957 Sennebogen Trail (formerly 7669 Old Plank Road)
Stanley, NC 28164
Tel: (704) 347-4910 or fax (704) 347-8894
E-mail: sales@sennebogenllc.com
Visit the web site at www.sennebogen-na.com

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