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SEDA's All-IN-ONE Solution

seda All-in-One solution
SEDA's All-in-one let's you depollute and dismantle, which they tell us will save you time, space and money.
As a global market leader in the end-of-life vehicle drainage sector, SEDA is a driving force in the industry, working closely together with customers and major automotive manufacturers. The advances made with mature technology and high quality levels are convincing, but not only with car drainage. Current trends indicate an increasing focus on the removal of any valuable vehicle components.


There are currently over 1 billion vehicles on the planet. This number is increasing by a further 83 million annually. Figures of this magnitude naturally raise the issue of a professional recycling solution.

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This is where SEDA tell us it is now setting new standards again. With its All-in-One solution, SEDA has developed a system that allows you to not only fully drain a vehicle in an efficient and professional manner, but also to remove any components by one operator without any further assistance.

The SEDA TiltingLift eliminates the need for a second process of transporting the vehicle to another workstation and ensures the operator efficient access to the vehicle at almost any angle. This saves time, space and money, and makes the All-in-One solution a very cost-effective turnkey solution for drainage and efficient dismantling of end-of-life vehicles on the market.

Find out more about this particular system (SEDA All-in-One Solution), as well as any additional equipment or solution on our website.

October 2015

Latest stories

Who’s buying our salvage vehicles in Europe?
It seems that there are some questions surrounding the purchasing of vehicles by other European countries, in particular Cat B vehicles. One of our readers asked us the following:
Diesel and petrol car sales to be banned from 2040
In recent news and following on from France’s commitment to take polluting vehicles off the road by 2040, Britain has also followed suit by banning the sales of all new diesel and petrol cars and vans by 2040. The final plan is due by the end of July.
Palladium cost has increased, hitting a 16 year high
Automakers may have to decrease the use of palladium and seek an alternative due to higher prices of the metal
There is a use for rusty old cars!
This years’ Glastonbury featured ‘Cineramageddon’ – an interesting use of old vehicles.
The pressure’s on for tyres!
The Tyre Recovery Association (TRA) and National Tyre Distributors Association (NTDA) warn of rising costs on tyre recycling due to regulatory changes and market conditions, factors that will affect used tyre collectors and re-processors.
Volvo to go electric by 2019
Volvos plan is to launch five electric models between 2019 and 2012 and a number of hybrid models and they aim to sell one million electrified cars by 2025.
We’re not a scrap yard, we’re a vehicle dismantlers
Atf Pro met up with the guys at Skan 4x4 Ltd to take a look at their great setup.
Code of practice flawed, the opinion of the BVSF
One has to be concerned when the insurer’s new Code of Practice (CoP) that received its “soft launch” a week or so back isn’t supported by either the Motor Vehicle Dismantlers’ Association or the British Vehicle Salvage Federation, two of the main owners of the pre-existing code.