WEIMA® America, Inc.

WEIMA America
Phone: 888-440-7170
Fax: 803-802-7098
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3678 Centre Circle
Fort Mill, SC 29715

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Welcome to the world of shredding and briquetting - welcome to WEIMA! Our extensive range of size reduction machinery includes single-shaft shredders and four-shaft shredders as well as granulators and briquette presses. WEIMA machinery is ideal for processing manufacturing scrap of all kinds-- wood, paper, plastic, metal, fiber, film, rippings and blocks-- to name a few.

Adding a WEIMA machine to your operation can save you money in waste disposal costs, personnel, and sometimes even reduce your energy consumption each month. Green technology will reduce your operation`s environmental footprint as well. We offer in-stock machinery as well as custom units that will fit the exact needs of your operation and your application.

For more than 30 years our global operation has been focused on the art of shredding and briquetting. We develop and produce in Germany and supply worldwide. Since the foundation of our company in 1986 we have delivered around 30,000 machines. That makes us proud and motivates us!


May 17, 2016 - Press Releases
"Since its establishment in 1986, WEIMA has sold around 30,000 shredders and briquette presses. Whereas the machines used to be operated in the background,...

December 22, 2015 - Press Releases
For over 25 years, WEIMA has been a leader in size reduction within the wood, paper, and plastic industries. We acknowledge that waste comes...

March 16, 2015 - Company News
WEIMA will be attending NPE this March in Orlando, Florida and displaying new machines! Check out this article to learn more about it!...

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