Merged green waste shredder manufacturers Tünnissen and Saelen Industrie rebrand as TS Industrie

Two chipper and shredder manufacturers have rubber-stamped a merger with a rebranding that makes them European market leaders, they say.

Tünnissen and Saelen Industrie rebrand as TS Industrie - image: TS Industrie
Tünnissen and Saelen Industrie rebrand as TS Industrie - image: TS Industrie

Tünnissen and Saelen Industrie, which merged over a year ago, became TS Industrie recently to meet the "fast-emerging European market" and to "put green waste to good use".

According a representative, the United Nations calculates green waste amounts to 100m tonnes a year in Europe.

And European directives encourage countries to value green waste and ban uncontrolled disuse or ditching of unwanted material.

"With our new wood chippers and multi-vegetation chipper-shredders, tree and branch lumber will no longer be considered as waste," said a representative.

"It can be put to good use through modern techniques such as mulching, composting and fuel for heating."
Saelen industrie made its name in multi-vegetation chipper-shredders while Tünnissen had the largest product range of wood chippers on offer.

To date 10,000 chippers have been sold, according to Juliette Berchon chief executive officer of parent company SEE Group.


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