Accent Wire to introduce new generation wire tier

Company says its new baler wire tying system has been tested on the job for six months.


Tomball, Texas-based Accent Wire Tie has announced it is launching the next generation of its wire tier system at WasteExpo, which takes place in Las Vegas starting June 29.

“We are excited to announce that Accent is launching a new wire tier this month,” says Bill Sims, president and CEO of the company. “Our engineering team has spent three years developing this new strapper and it has been successfully strapping bales in a facility for six months. We can’t wait to show it to everyone.”

Adding a new wire tier to Accent’s current line of equipment for baling systems used by the recycling and waste industry “confirms our promise to our customers, partners, and dealers that we remain innovative and attentive to our customers’ needs,” states the company.

Accent says its field service technicians and engineering team have access to more than 10,000 OEM parts in its warehouses, helping the company keep up with the demand for its products and to provide service throughout North America.

“The recycling and waste industry will enjoy having another wire tier to choose from that is engineered by Accent and embodies the reputation and legacy we have built for over 35 years,” says Sims.

Accent Wire Tie is a supplier of baling wire and manufacturer of bale tying equipment, including the Accent 470 Wire Tier and the EnviroBale bagging system.