Kernic Systems Inc. and Höcker Polytechnik GmbH announce a Strategic Partnership for the North American Paper, Packaging & Recycling Market.

Höcker Polytechnik of Hilter a.T.W. Lower Saxony, Germany is a worldwide leader in the design, manufacturing and installation of high-performance scrap paper recovery and dust removal systems. They have been providing innovative and high-efficiency solutions for the paper, carton box manufacturing, tissue production and recycling market, since 1962.

Kernic Systems, based in Burlington, Ontario with a sales office in Cleveland, Ohio, is a system integrator of complete waste paper recovery systems including, air conveying, dust collection, baling and shredding systems since 1978.

Carsten Holldack, Sales Director for Höcker’s Paper/Packaging division states that “Over the past two years, the Kernic team has demonstrated to be a company that shares the Höcker philosophy of providing the customer with high-quality solutions and services.” John Jurk, Vice-President & Partner of Kernic Systems, says “This partnership will allow us to serve our strong North American customer base and rapidly changing market requirements, with Höcker’s advanced equipment and systems technology.”


Dust and fume collection units offered by Kernic Systems are seamlessly integrated into your existing air filtration processes, offering a turn-key solution for your business. These units help our customers enhance productivity, maintain and exceed safety and compliance initiatives and more!


Kernic Systems provides factory trained technicians and the right consumables (dust collector filters, baling wire, etc.) to help keep your operation running smoothly. With baling wire in-stock, along with many wear-and-tear parts for your machines, contact us today for peace of mind maintenance.


Safety & Compliance is an integral part of your operation. At Kernic Systems, we provide a complete analysis of all safety features on all of our machinery. We design systems that meet and exceed all necessary safety and compliance measures. The best machines are the safest ones.

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