Vecoplan, a shredding machine maker, opens West office
February 13, 2022 | 3:53 pm CST
Vecoplan West, the outfit’s California office, has a technology center including three shredders for product trials.

Vecoplan West, the outfit’s California office, has a technology center including three shredders for product trials.

EASTVALE, Calif. -- Vecoplan has expanded its national footprint with a new office and technology facility in Eastvale, California. Coined Vecoplan West, the Southern California location hosts sales and after-sales support offices, a distribution facility for spare and replacement parts, and serves as a technology center that offers product trials in Vecoplan shredders.

An official grand opening celebration will be held on Thursday, March 17, 2022, from 2:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. The event will include shredding demonstrations for plastic, wood and paper materials, Vecoplan products on display, a ribbon-cutting ceremony, facility tours, entertainment, and food and drink.

Vecoplan opened its new office in Eastvale, California, in late 2021.
Vecoplan opened its new office in Eastvale, California, in late 2021.

Customers, suppliers, dealers, and customer prospects are encouraged to rsvp via the event landing page, which will be continuously updated with details as they are confirmed. Media representatives and local officials are also invited. 

About Vecoplan: Vecoplan, LLC is the North American subsidiary of Germany-based Vecoplan AG, with headquarters in North Carolina and regional offices in Indiana and California.

The company is a global leader in the manufacture of industrial and mobile shredding equipment and recycling systems for virtually any material, selling into plastics, wood, biomass, waste and recycling, and waste-to-energy markets.

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