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Contact us（China ）
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China Recycling Newell Equipment (CRNE) is a joint venture between China Recycling Development Corporation Ltd and Newell Recycling
Equipment LLC of USA. CRNE inherits Newell’s more than 60 years of experience in designing and producing scrap steel shredders, materials
handlers, pre-shredders, shears, etc. The key components of equipment are constructed with products from the world’s leading companies in
order to provide users with high performance, cost-efficiency, and high return on investment products.
Our transportable shredder is fully operational 10
days after delivery to the customer’s worksite.
Additionally, each transportable shredder goes
through extensive testing in the factory before
delivery. This model occupies less land, does not
require a foundation, and is conveniently portable
to meet your business demands.
With more than 60 years of combined experiences
from Newell and Bonny, the advanced
manufacturing technology of the Newell Bonny
material handler is certain to meet the high-yield
demand of shredders.
We are the only company in the world that
manufactures scrap steel shredders ranging
from 500 hp to 11000 hp. Our largest shredder
with 11000 hp can shred 400 tons per hour.
Our machine has already shred 50 million tons
of scrap in China, which has fulfilled more than
50% of the nation’s shredding needs.
shredder technology for the last 62 years
than it would have done otherwise.
The industry will come out this better.
But first we have to hold on tight and
get through it.’
let’s taCKle this tOgetheR
There are also the employees to con-
sider. ‘The heart of our company is our
factory team,’ Bassett insists. ‘They
come to work every day to keep items
in circulation and out of landfill by
renewing them. We are doing every-
thing we can to keep them safe and
protected as they do the physical,
hands-on work to protect our planet.’
She stresses that The Renewal
Workshop factory and its online store
remain open for business. ‘We are cur-
rently operating as usual. There is no
disruption or delay in our order fulfil-
ment,’ Bassett notes. ‘We have taken
the advice from the Centre For
Disease Control and implemented all
of the precautions to create a safe
workspace.’ This means intense clean-
ing protocols and social distancing at
workstations and in communal spaces.
Anyone with signs of illness is required
to stay home while those who can
work from home are doing so.
‘We’ve decided that as long as we can
keep our team and customers safe,
continuing to make circular sales avail-
able is the right choice,’ Bassett con-
cludes. ‘In all the fear and uncertainty,
in all the chaos and isolation, we are
holding space for peace and connec-
tion. At the core of our business is the
word partnership. At no time has this
word been more meaningful. The only
way of moving through this crisis is
together, albeit by defining together-
ness a little differently than we usually
She understands it can be tempting to
focus solely on the bad news but
insists it’s important to try to find a sil-
ver lining in even the grimmest of cir-
cumstances. She cites a quote by US
writer Fred Rogers: ‘When I was a boy
and I would see scary things in the
news, my mother would say to me,
“Look for the helpers, you will always
find people helping”.’
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