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Industry veterans create Baler and Compaction Equipment Co.

Industry veterans Drew Sigmund Sr., Drew Sigmund Jr. and Joey Walls have started Baler and Compaction Equipment Co. (BACE), headquartered in Charlotte, N.C., to manufacture heavy-duty balers and compactors for the recycling and waste management industry.

BACE has reportedly received its ETL/UL approval and has successfully manufactured, sold and delivered numerous products since opening in November.

BACE's initial products include vertical and horizontal balers, stationary compactors, self-contained compactors and shredders. The company is targeting baler and compactor distributors, grocery and retail stores, hotels, restaurants and paper, metal and plastic recyclers.

"We created BACE to change the way balers and compactors are manufactured and sold in the recycling and waste management industry," Drew Sigmund Sr., BACE senior vice president of sales, says. "BACE is not just in the business of building a piece of machinery for our customers. Our desire is to build partnerships with our customers so that we understand their needs, allowing us to build them a quality product that exceeds their expectations."

Drew Sigmund Jr., BACE senior vice president of engineering, adds, "We believe our combination of manufacturing processes, raw materials and product designs are unique in the industry and will be a significant competitive advantage for BACE. Using our unique BACE methodology, we will manufacture products of the highest quality that will be delivered on-time to our customers."

More information is available online at www.bacecorp.com.
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Title Annotation:EQUIPMENT REPORT
Publication:Recycling Today
Date:Mar 1, 2007
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