Ongoing Technical Support

Allegheny is renowned worldwide for the ruggedness and reliability of its equipment. But if you should at any time require trouble-shooting, technical assistance or customer service, your satisfaction is guaranteed.

Our experts are committed to providing the best technical service and support in the industry. In most instances, a single phone call will put you in direct touch with the technicians at our factory who designed and built your equipment. This ensures that your specific need will be evaluated and a solution quickly delivered.

Service is not an “afterthought” at Allegheny. We understand that our customers are why we are here, and we put them first. Our customers often comment that they enjoy “partnering” with Allegheny, because we do everything possible to help them become successful. Our dedicated and loyal support team genuinely enjoys building relationships with customers and watching them grow. Ask our customers: the “Allegheny way” is a valued aspect of doing business with us.

When you buy from Allegheny, you can be assured that we’ll be around to protect your investment for many years to come. Founded by the Wagner family more than 50 years ago, with employees averaging 20 years of service, Allegheny has maintained leadership in the shredding industry by listening to our customers, by designing and building equipment that meets their needs, and by offering exceptional service and support.

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We Sell At Factory Prices

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.

We pride ourselves on providing cost-effective solutions to our customers’ shredding needs – from collecting to processing to recycling shredded materials for a profit.