“AMECO, a Pioneer in Bulk Handling Equipment”
AMECO’s origins are rooted in Alsace, a French region that lies in-between the Vosges Mountains and the Rhine River, bordering both Germany and Switzerland. The origins of the French equipment manufacturer AMECO lie in the fertilizer and mining industry.
Founded in 1932, the company was part of the Alsatian potash mines. It went from providing maintenance services, to supplying conveyors, and delivering all types of equipment to fulfil specific material handling needs. This technology allowed AMECO to develop into different markets, such as Cement Plants and Electricity Power Plants where bigger storage facilities were required at the time.
In the 1950’s AMECO was one of the few companies from its region providing machinery internationally. This early international vocation is the origin of AMECO’s global presence today. With over 380 references around the globe, this proud business now operates in the cement, commodity food, fertilizer, mining, power generation as well as pulp & paper industry.
Once upon a time…
Entered Indian Market and supplied first Rotary Scrapers
First Worldwide Portal Reclaimer installed for Morocco Phosphate Mines
Entered North American market
First Reclaimers for Woodchips, USA
First Circular Raw Materials Homogenizing System for Cement, USA
Part of FLSmidth Group
Construction of AMECO Headquarters in France
AMECO taken over by Stéphane Killian
Entered South American Market in Brazil
Exclusive AMECO USA re-seller founded, KBH Services, Inc.
Creation of AMECO Asia-Pacific
“Strategic locations serving the World”
AMECO has two main offices located in a thriving area where the borders of Germany, Switzerland, and France meet. AMECO also has numerous agents worldwide serving AMECO’s Customers as a first port-of-call.
The core business functions are based in Germany. Its full design team is based in France soon to be relocating to KM0 in Mulhouse, an ecosystem of digital companies bearing the French Tech label.
“Our People are at the heart of our Business”
Stéphane Killian is the CEO of AMECO and the sole proprietor of the company. Stéphane has prior experience in the French Nuclear Industry, and pursued an MBA in Paris at Collège des Ingénieurs before taking over the family business in 2008. Stéphane is a mechanical engineer who has pursued curriculum at Iowa State University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, MA.
Stéphane believes that AMECO’s employees are at the heart of the company’s development. Their modern outlook and know-how, combined with their responsiveness and enthusiasm enable them to design, engineer, and manufacture machines that meet our Client’s needs.
- Remote Diagnostic
- Predictive Maintenance
- Exceeding Expectations