Canadian Biomass Magazine

Fink Machine to distribute Schmid Energy Solutions boilers in Canada

June 12, 2020
By Fink Machine Inc.

Fink Machine Inc., Canada’s largest supplier of wood chip and wood pellet boilers for commercial, institution and small industrial applications, is very excited to announce that we have added Schmid Energy Solutions boilers to our current product portfolio. Over the past 19 years, Fink Machine has been a very strong presence in the biomass heating market and has sold over 130 biomass boilers from its headquarters in Enderby, B.C. Fink is looking to build on that success by adding Schmid boilers to its product line.

“We are very excited about partnering with Schmid Energy Solutions. We have been watching the evolution of the Schmid product and the various innovations they have been making over the past number of years. The Schmid boilers are available for a variety of wood fuels including hog fuel, bark and sawdust with up to 60 per cent moisture as well as boilers up to eight megawatts. The addition of the Schmid boilers to our portfolio will allow us to help clients that we have been unable to serve,” said Burkhard Fink, owner of Fink Machine Inc.

Schmid Energy Solutions is a Swiss company that has been dealing with energy issues for over 80 years and have evolved to become an international specialist and manufacturer of biomass energy systems.

“Schmid is the Swiss market leader and has achieved international success in the wood energy sector. We aim high by being a technology and innovation leader, but this alone is not enough to succeed. Satisfied customers and partners are our best advertisement and to achieve this we need not only good products but comprehensive customer support throughout the entire product life-cycle. Fink Machine has shown this same commitment to their customers and we are looking forward to working with them,” said Philipp Lüscher, CEO of Schmid AG – energy solutions.


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