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28.09.2020 Lindner doubles capacity with new headquarters

Lindner Recyclingtech, Spittal an der Drau, Austria, a specialist in waste processing and shredding technology, celebrated the ground-breaking ceremony for its new factory premises on 18 September. Strengthened by the successes of recent years and its solid corporate management, the company is investing in a new site covering over 45,000 square metres. In addition to a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility, the new headquarters aims to become an international centre of excellence for waste recovery and recycling – in keeping with the circular economy concept.

“At the moment, the industry is undergoing a major change. Recycling rates and quality requirements for end materials are constantly rising and so we are continuing to develop new systems; systems that enable our clients to meet these requirements,” explained CEO and owner Manuel Lindner during the ground-breaking ceremony at the future Spittal-Ost headquarters. “To ensure that we can continue to do this efficiently, we are doubling our capacity and relying on the latest production technologies that meet industry 4.0 standards”.

Besides a robot-assisted manufacturing facility and a modern logistics centre, an academy focusing on recycling technology will be built on the 45,000 square metre site. As Michael Lackner, managing director at Lindner, stated: ‘We were one of the industry’s pioneers and accumulated an enormous amount of application expertise. Today, we see ourselves not only as a machine manufacturer and technology partner, but also as a source of knowledge for our clients. That is why it is so important to us to constantly expand this know-how, develop new solutions and systematically prepare and pass on the knowledge gained. We are looking forward to welcoming you soon to the new home of recycling”.

The ground-breaking ceremony: from the left, the Lindner team with Matthias Egarter, Harald Ebner, Michael Lackner, Karin Lindner, Manuel Lindner and the mayor of Spittal, Gerhard Pirih













How the new headquarters will look

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