In autumn 2009, Tetyana Hammel became managing director and shareholder of ARJES GmbH. A mechanical engineering company for recycling technology, which initially had just 19 employees when it was founded two years earlier, but experienced rapid growth in a very short time. Due to her roots and family ties to the mechanical engineering industry within Ukraine, she was able to take the first significant steps in the economic strategy of ARJES and thus made vital contributions to the ultimate growth and success of the company. In addition to her personal connections with our two partner plants in Ukraine, Mrs. Hammel
1 Dec 2022
Over the past few years, ARJES has already delivered approx. 1,500 units of the IMPAKTOR 250 mobile twin-shaft shredder and has made a genuine name for itself in the global recycling industry with this successful model. What was initially perceived as a highly underestimated niche product by the competition has become a reliable problem solver for users. A realization that competitors have now also recognized and are now seeking a piece of the pie. It is no longer a secret that the first comparison models are circulating on the market, and it is also no secret that further duplicates from
17 Nov 2022
Over the past 15 years, ARJES has significantly expanded its market share in the recycling industry in Europe, North and South America, and some areas of Asia. Now known for its twin-shaft shredders, the manufacturer plans to strengthen its presence in Australia through an exclusive distribution deal with Tricon Equipment. Under the terms of the agreement, Tricon will market ARJES’ entire product range nationwide, including both its diesel and electric shredders. Even though the ARJES brand has already been present in Australia in recent years, this partnership with Tricon Equipment is expected to expand this presence and ensure strong future
25 Oct 2022
To the south of Israel lies the Negev desert, which at around 12,000km² constitutes about 60 percent of the country’s land area, but which houses just less than ten percent of Israel’s population. Apart from a few other agricultural products, date palms are pretty much the only thing that grow in this barren land. Due to this, the local people have developed a special taste for dates, and thus have taken gladly to the cultivation of this crop. However, the very tough and fibrous palm fronds are a problem, as they build up from being pruned while harvesting the fruits.