Harris Waste Management Group introduces the Harris –GPS Series Predator scrap baler/logger
CORDELE, Ga. – Harris Waste Management Group is proud to announce the newest product in their renowned line of ferrous and non-ferrous scrap processing equipment: the Harris – GPS Series Predator.
In partnership with G.P.S. Great Scrap Processing Solutions, Harris will produce the fastest and most powerful scrap baler in its class by leveraging the demonstrated performance of the G.P.S. Predator baler/logger and the engineering and manufacturing resources of the Harris team in the United States. Key features of the Harris – GPS Series Predator include an innovative 3 arm compression system which maximizes box folding speeds and bale/log weights and a best-in-class frame providing unsurpassed strength, compression force and durability.
“We are excited to bring the Harris – GPS Series Predator to our ferrous scrap processing product line and to our new and existing customers in the US, Canada, and Mexico. Partnering with G.P.S. will result in an unbeatable combination of a proven, high performing equipment solution backed by Harris’ 100 plus year history of quality, service and innovation” commented DJ VanDeusen, President of Harris.
Marco Garuti, CEO of G.P.S., commented “For years American companies have been asking to buy our machines. Our equipment is known for high performance, but we didn’t want to enter an important market like the US without the right partner. With Harris we have found a partner of excellence, known for making products of the highest quality to which we have granted exclusive rights for assembling and marketing our most requested machine.”
The Harris – GPS Series Predator will be completed and assembled in Cordele, GA and is available this year to the scrap processing industry in the United States, Canada, and Mexico.
ABOUT HARRIS WASTE MANAGEMENT GROUP:
Harris has been a leader in the recycling industry for over 130 years and manufactures both ferrous and nonferrous processing equipment. Harris’ products include a diverse line of balers, compactors, conveyors, shears, and shredders that are sold worldwide. Manufacturing facilities for Harris are in Baxley and Cordele, Georgia, with an additional office in Tewkesbury, United Kingdom.