My name is Andy Redlon,
I started development of the sorter in 2005, when some EBay items transformed into my first penny sorter. A friend did a web search and discovered there was a complete lack of a turnkey penny sorter to take advantage of this great opportunity in copper cents. An exploration of the market led to the development of the first sorter, and the beginning of Ryedale Coin. As of today, there are over 700 in service, and the hundreds of satisfied customers can tell you that my goal is to meet or exceed your expectations with this machine. I take a lot of pride in the machine, and treat people the way I would like to be treated.
I’m a pretty modest regular guy with a wide array of interests including metal detecting, coin collecting, fishing, and baseball with my two boys in Little League. In addition to making the sorters, I’m employed by a major pharmaceutical company, working in the skilled trades. I’m an Industrial Refrigeration Journeyman, and also have an associate’s degree in CAD Drafting and Design. I’m continuing towards my BAS degree in business, but have had trouble finishing due to the success of the coin sorter. I love fixing and developing mechanical things, troubleshooting, and have enjoyed developing and improving the Ryedale Sorter for the last 5 years.