Starting a Paper Shredding Business
As the pioneer of the first high-capacity industrial shredder and leader in document shredding for over 50 years, Allegheny has acquired a wealth of knowledge about all facets of the paper shredding business. We have compiled the essential information our customers will need to ensure a successful start to their document shredding company, and we’re eager to share it!
Two Allegheny Shredders publications you’ll find extremely valuable are: 10 Steps to Establishing a Successful Contract Shredding Service and How to avoid the 5 Most Common Mistakes in Buying Information Destruction Equipment. By operating an Allegheny industrial shredder system in our own paper shredding business for over 20 years, we’ve gained the knowledge of what to do…and not do! You can order either or both of these publications on how to start a shredding company by completing our Information Request Form or giving us a call.
Our sales team and technical experts can guide you every step of the way, from picking your industrial shredder to creating a layout for your facility. We pride ourselves on helping customers start a shredding company, and will be happy to help you every step of the way! For more details on starting a paper shredding business, please contact an Allegheny sales representative at 800-245-2497 or complete our Information Request Form.
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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.