About Butech Bliss
Not all that long ago Butech and Bliss were separate
companies both located in Salem Ohio. In fact, until
Butech purchased the manufacturing facilities and
later the intellectual property of Bliss they were located
across the street from one another. Bliss is a company
that has a long heritage and reputation for building
heavy duty mill equipment for ferrous and non-ferrous
metals producers. Their existence can be traced back
over 130 years or so when they were first established
in Brooklyn, New York. Their engineering and
manufacturing facilities are among the best available in North America.
Butech is a company that was formed by John Buta in 1985. Today, John Buta is president of the combined company known as Butech Bliss. When Butech started up in the mid 1980’s they had a small manufacturing shop and focused on developing some innovative machine technologies for the metals industry. Over a number of years Butech became a world renowned supplier of scrap choppers, side trimmers, shears and hydraulic roller levelers. Because the manufacturing facilities were limited, Butech maintained a focus on manufacturing individual machines until the company purchased the Bliss manufacturing facilities.
With the purchase of the Bliss manufacturing facilities Butech picked up an enormous amount of manufacturing capacity and thus began to broaden their product offerings to include a wide array of complete mill and processing line equipment. When Butech purchased the Bliss manufacturing facility they invested millions of dollars into upgrading many of the machine tool centers. Currently the Butech Bliss manufacturing facilities (2 locations in Salem, OH) include more than 75 machining centers and continues to invest in new equipment to be the most efficient equipment builder in the industry.
While Butech Bliss is known around the world for its innovative, patented scrap chopper technology, it continues to leverage its comprehensive engineering services to ensure its customers are able to improve and enhance the production throughput.