LINDNER-RECYCLINGTECH GMBH

Through the outbreak of SARS-CoV2 (Coronavirus) our company Lindner Recyclingtech has also been faced with new challenges. We have implemented numerous key measures to protect our employees and keep the business running. For example, the plants have been divided into different zones and shifts to optimally separate individual teams both physically and in terms of time. Currently, we can maintain the production of ordered machines.  All needed materials are available at the moment. Due to maintaining the health of our employees and customers as well as governmental restrictions on travel, our installation teams cannot provide on-site services but our service department supports customers via Lindner remote online services. We will give our all to tackle this challenge together with our team, partners and customers.

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