Case Studies

Allegheny Case Study: Shred First, “King of Product Destruction”

When John Bauknight and partner Nick Wildrick founded Shred First, LLC in June 1997, they could not have imagined some of the unusual products they would end up destroying for customers. “We started with a 30 Hp shredder,” John recalls. “By May 1999 our volume warranted adding an Allegheny 100 Hp. shredder. Then our business…

Allegheny Case Study: Ohio Mobile Shredding

It’s fascinating for anyone in the shredding industry to talk with an experienced owner of a contract shredding service about the differences between shredding “in the old days” as opposed to today. Tim and Paula Oberst, Co-Owners of Ohio Mobile Shredding in Columbus, Ohio, certainly qualify as experienced owners. Starting with a single truck in…

Allegheny Case Study: Great White Destruction

“I called Allegheny and right away found ‘The Allegheny Attitude.’ Everyone was helpful and encouraging to someone just fresh in the business.”After returning from the Middle East, where he worked for a number of years as an accountant, David Walsh became a financial director for a large waste disposal company in the United Kingdom. While…

Allegheny Case Study: Frankland Document Destruction

“We had our fingers crossed. Everything we’d done for the past two years was hinging on the Allegheny shredder. We transported it to the warehouse, wired it up, hit the power switch—and it ran like a charm.” Over the last two years, Bob Frankland has put in a tremendous effort in the founding and expansion…

Allegheny Case Study: Rohn Industries

“Allegheny has its own internal standard of excellence, and maintains that standard even when customers would be satisfied with less. John Wagner is driven by the reputation of his company.” When Ron Mason, President of Rohn Industries in St. Paul, Minnesota, visited the Allegheny factory in August 2000, he knew within a single day that…

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All Allegheny equipment is American-made, manufactured at our factory in Delmont, Pennsylvania. This allows us to sell our products without import or export charges. We sell at factory prices, ensuring that you receive maximum value on your investment.Your biggest savings, however, derives from the quality of our equipment. Ask any of our customers: Allegheny equipment is built to perform, year in and year out, without troublesome breakdowns and costly repairs.

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