STADLER has completed commissioning of a new beverage packaging sorting plant it designed and built for Dansk Retursystem in Taastrup, Denmark. Full handover is scheduled for April, at the end of the final one-month trial period.
STADLER, the company specialized in designing and assembling sorting plants for the recycling and waste disposal sector, is starting the year 2020 in readiness to meet the growing volume and increasing complexity of the recycling industry’s demands. The company’s strategic objectives for 2020 remain focused on anticipating the recycling sector’s evolution, detecting new requirements as they arise, and maintaining the operational flexibility to develop solutions to address them in a short timeframe.
The Schroll Group specializes in waste management and recycling, providing businesses, public administrations and local authorities services tailored to their specific requirements. Founded in 1892, this family business serves its customers in Eastern France with a team of more than 550 employees. It operates its own fleet of vehicles and treats nearly one million tonnes of waste annually with its 21 specialized sites.
Plastic has become an indispensable feature of modern life, and has many redeeming qualities: it is flexible and strong, as well as light; it can be used in place of natural resources such as ivory or wood, and is very good for keeping foods fresh, just to mention a few. However, its durability means that it does not break down easily when it is discarded, so that plastic waste is building up in landfills and flooding our oceans. A responsible use of plastic, and its re-introduction into the production cycle at the end of its life through recycling, have become a necessity in order to address this issue effectively.
STADLER , the market leader in designing and assembling sorting plants for the recycling and waste disposal industry, opened new global headquarters in Germany last Friday (18 October) at a key-handover ceremony. At an inauguration event attended by VIPs and senior company executives, Mr. Willi Stadler, CEO of the STADLER Group, opened the doors to an ultra-modern, five-storey building which has the space to accommodate the company’s recent and future growth.
Used PET bottles and other plastic waste can be a valuable resource for the packaging sector and other industries. However, currently this resource remains unused in many areas. In order to bring about a lasting change, Krones AG, Neutraubling, and Stadler Anlagenbau GmbH have joined forces in a partnership.
STADLER was awarded the coveted recognition for its strong sustainable and social activities by the Oskar-Patzelt Foundation. The award, which has achieved ISO 9001:2015 quality management certification, was founded in 1994 with the aim to promote companies’ corporate responsibility and a culture of autonomy, popularise the success of committed company representatives and foster networking among medium-sized enterprises.
September 07th - 11th, 2020