Convincing merits on Japanese soil
Only room for the best
It is quite some time ago that M&J Recycling gained its good foothold
in Japan. When the country was struck by a terrible tsunami in 2011, M&J Recycling’s shredders were a vital resource in the many restoration projects that followed. In this context the machines really proved their worth as strong, dependable tools with a high capacity and minimal downtime, whatever the challenges. Maeda Corporation was one of several prime contractors who took part in the extensive job of clearing up. The company chose to lease a M&J shredder, which were put to the ultimate test of cleaning up amongst the ruins.
Supplemented by a mobile shredder
Maeda was also then given the task of cleaning up after the disasters caused by the tsunami at the Fukushima nuclear power plant. It was a long drawn-out project that required the very best machines. This time Maeda decided to buy a number of M&J shredders and has now followed up with yet another purchase.
On this occasion a mobile M&J PreShred 4000M. This semi crawler version makes it easy to tackle any type of waste almost anywhere: attributes that are imperative for faring in such a demanding environment. The shredder was sold via M&J Recycling’s Japanese dealer, KOUKI Corporation and has already been commissioned.
“ MJ is well known for its high capacity
shredders because of the past results on
the tsunami recovery project.” Meada
Maeda is a Japanese corporation, which was established in 1919. It’s main areas of business are building construction, civil engineering and cleanup projects. Maeda has domestic offices in eleven Japanese cities, and overseas offices in Thailand, Hong Kong, and India.