Belgian company focuses on small equipmentPublished 8/7 at 17:36
Inverma is a young and dynamic company based in Wevelgem in the Belgian province of Westflandern, near Kortrijk.
The company was founded with the goal of providing its customers with a rental service of small equipment at affordable prices and the best service quality. “I founded Inverma because from time to time I found myself having to rent a machine extra to the one I had so that we could finish the work. Later I decided to buy some machines and rent them when I was not using them,” said Nicolas Maes.
Inverma now offers a wide assortment of machines for rent. “For some time now, we have been offering the Arjes Impaktor 250 evo in our rent repertoire and I must say I am very satisfied, even when we had a few minor setbacks at the beginning, nevertheless, the compact shredder runs excellently; it is a very versatile machine with great application potential,” said Nicolas Maes.
Together with his father, Nicolas is also active in earthworks, road construction and civil engineering with the company Grondwerken Maes and uses the Arjes shredder primarily for crushing concrete. In the rental business, however, the machine is used for different types of materials such as concrete, bricks, waste, glass, sandwich panels, green waste or cardboard. “We crush a lot of reinforced concrete, consequently we would rent an impact crusher from a Canadian manufacturer, but with we always had problems with the iron. Now, with our Arjes Impaktor 250 evo we don’t have this problem anymore,” stated Nicolas who discovered Arjes when searching for videos of a different crusher. When he found on YouTube videos from Arjes he decided that this was the machine he actually required.
Through Naessens Hydraulics, the Belgian Arjes’ trading partner, Nicolas was informed in detail about the advantages of the compact, double shaft, mobile shredder and immediately signed the sales contract. “I bought the machine about a year ago and it has already run (up) 850h. If the successful rental of this machine continues, we are convinced that we will buy one machine more next year,” says Nicolas Maes confidently.