An American based company, UltraShred™ manufactures the Paper Predator, the hardest working truck in the paper shredding industry. Their high speed shredding system shreds 7,000 pounds of paper per hour using Hammermill shredding technology with a filtering screen. In addition, the Paper Predator employs highly efficient lift, scale, feed, compacting, and unloading systems. The Hammermill shredding system with a filtering screen produces the smallest particle size in the mobile paper shredding industry. The smaller shred size (5/8" or less) is more secure for companies that outsource document destruction. Shred-N-Go's, Inc. fleet features UltraShred™ equipment. We are the only on-site shredding service operating in the state of Minnesota that uses exclusively high-speed 7,000 pounds-per-hour Hammermill shredding systems for assurance of complete destruction. We encourage our customers to inspect our loads of shredded paper at any time.
Edina is the optimum place to do business by providing opportunities for business growth and development, community involvement and enrichment, and personal and professional growth. Our members are made up of many industries with a diversity of size and are from all over the Twin Cities Region.
Larson Records Managment is a family owned and operated Twin Cities based off-site records and document management company. We pride ourselves on the level of service we bring to our clients and the value that we add to their business. Whether you have 20 or 20,000 records you will always receive the highest level of service in the industry.
The Minnesota Educational Facilities Management Professionals (also known as MASMS) is a group of over 600 individuals in the area of facilities, grounds, health and safety operations for Minnesota K-12 and higher education. We are committed to promoting excellence in the operation and care of educational facilities.
"An alliance of rural health care organizations working together to effectively provide value to members and strengthen the delivery of health care in the Medi-Sota service area." Medi-Sota, Inc. dates back to March of 1976 when the communities of Appleton, Dawson, Madison, Montevideo, and Ortonville came together with a common goal of attracting physicians to each of the communities through a joint effort, rather than a competitive effort. Through years of added benefits to members, the consortium has grown to include 33 healthcare organizations.
MMGMA is dedicated to supporting medical practices in improving the health status of the community and their patients. This is accomplished by promoting and enhancing networking, knowledge and skills necessary to thrive in the healthcare arena. In addition, MMGMA advocates with the legislative and regulatory bodies to advance the concept of group practice within the healthcare delivery system.
The Association of Minnesota Counties (AMC) is a voluntary, non-partisan statewide organization that has assisted the state's 87 counties in providing effective county governance to the people of Minnesota since 1909. The association works closely with the legislative and administrative branches of government in seeing that legislation and policies favorable to counties are enacted.
The Minnesota Rural Health Association (MRHA) was created in 1994 with the help of the Minnesota Department of Health's Office of Rural Health, Minnesota Rural Partners and the Minnesota Center for Rural Health. The impetus for the creation of MRHA was a series of discussions and focus groups that identified the need for an organization that advocated for rural health issues.
Pioneer Industries is one of the most respected and well known recycling companies in the scrap paper business. We have become one of the largest independent recycling organizations in the country. Our company is made up of six plants and sales offices that employ over 250 people in various locations throughout the United States.
The St. Cloud Area Chamber of Commerce is the premier representative of the business community. Supported and led by members and professional staff, we create, enhance and support a healthy business environment for our members.
The Twin Cities North Chamber of Commerce provides value to stakeholders by:
- Advocating for business interests
- Providing targeted networking opportunities
- Encouraging economic development
- Building strong community partnerships
TwinWest's 900 members represent a variety of businesses and industries, ranging from nationally and internationally renowned corporations and industrially driven manufacturers, to home-based businesses and companies involved in the service and professional sectors.