SUMA America, Inc.
Founded in Germany in 1957 as a manufacturer of mixers for manure handling, SUMA entered the biogas market at its inception in Europe and has grown with it. With subsidiaries, partner companies or representatives in the USA, Canada, Brazil and Thailand, SUMA is a global leader and innovator of mixers and agitators for anaerobic digesters and related applications. SUMA products are in thousands of installations in more than 20 countries in Europe, Turkey, the USA, Canada, Brazil, Thailand, Indonesia, South Korea, Japan and China. In North America, SUMA is ready to support its customers, with multiple inventory points and factory trained service personnel. Based on decades of experience, SUMA provides customers with the most reliable and cost effective mixing solutions possible.

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855 North Wood Dale Road
Suite A
Wood Dale, IL 60191
United States
Phone: 847 427 7880
Fax: 630 354 6840

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