Tire-shredding Panther Sets Sail for Recycling & Waste Management Exhibition 2009

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New Zealand company announces world wide release of large general purpose shredding machine for the processing of scrap materials, including, but not limited to: truck and car tires, electronic scrap, secure document destruction, wood pallets, and other recyclable waste streams.

New Zealand company announces world wide release of large general purpose shredding machine for the processing of scrap materials, including, but not limited to: truck and car tires, electronic scrap, secure document destruction, wood pallets, and other recyclable waste streams.

The biggest industrial shredder built by New Zealand manufacturer, FV Evans and Sons, is on the water and headed to England for a high-profile trade show at Birmingham's National Exhibition Centre.

The "Evashred Panther", driven by two 40-horsepower motors is designed to shred truck and car tires, although it can be setup to shred many other materials. At a size of more than 14ft long, 10ft high and weighing almost 4 tons, the Panther easily towers over the skilled tradesmen who built it at their Montgomery Cres factory. Processing Solutions International, Inc. (PSI) is the exclusive distributor in the U.S., Canada and Mexico. (http://www.processing-solution.com)

"The potential impact this uniquely designed shredder will have in the marketplace is something we are excited to be apart of," says marketing manager Scott Ferry of PSI.

The Panther is the largest of a wide array of shredders that are offered through PSI. PSI will be receiving a delivery to their suburban Chicago warehouse in October for in-stock sale(s) in the North American market.

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