Cutmetall announces expansion into U.S. under guidance of new management
Knives and spare parts manufacturer for shredders used in material recycling, Cutmetall group of companies, is pleased to announce expansion of their business into the United States and the opening of their office near Atlanta, Georgia. This international expansion is part of a growth strategy implemented by Volker Neuber, who has assumed a leadership role as of October 2022 as new co-owner and CEO of Cutmetall Holding GmbH.
Oliver Huther, founder and business partner is pleased about the entry into the U.S. market: “Volker has a sound business background and excellent knowledge of the plastics industry. He also brings with him many years of international experience in sales and business development.” Prior to his new role, Neuber worked for global innovators such as Husky Technologies and GE Plastics. Most recently he successfully led Ettlinger, the Bavarian experts for filtration and injection molding systems, onto the international market before selling the company to the Maag Group in 2018.
Cutmetall North America will open its office on June 1st in Tyrone, Georgia, and will ensure the supply of high-quality spare and wear parts for size reduction technology. In addition to proven cutting tool solutions, including innovative carbide systems, the company will provide technical service to its American and Canadian customers from this new location.
Mike Diletti, a veteran of plastics business development has accepted the role of Managing Director, Americas. Volker Neuber confirmed the appointment, “Mike and I have a long and very successful history in the plastics industry together. He has an excellent knowledge of the American market and has always been a highly respected partner for customers in this market. I am very pleased to have won him over for this role.”