Tag: recycling

HANDING OVER TO THE NEXT GENERATION AT TRADEBE

Victor Creixell, Executive Director, Tradebe USA (US CEO), will become the company’s new Tradebe Environmental Services Global CEO as of July 2017. Josep Creixell, the current president who founded Tradebe in 1983 and who has led the company since that date, will move on to setting up and leading the Board of Directors.

Blue Group Secures Multi-Million Pound Finance Package from HSBC

• Equipment finance facility will help company expand its services to customers

• Funding is part of HSBC’s £700m commitment to supporting SME growth in the South West

The Bristol business, Blue Group, that sells heavy plant equipment to the waste and quarrying industries has secured a multi-million pound equipment finance facility from HSBC, helping it further support its customer base by offering a rental option on its products.

Blue Group, which sells almost £2 million worth of equipment to businesses across the UK each week, is using the funding to purchase its own stock which can be hired by companies that need instant access to machinery.

BlueMAC Spreads Its Wings!

Since early 2014, when Blue Group and Dmac Engineering combined their expertise and resources to create bespoke MRF manufacturing specialist, BlueMAC Manufacturing, the company has gone from strength to strength and seen a remarkable level of growth. Building on this success and looking to further its expansion programme, BlueMAC is now pleased to announce that it has appointed SKALA Australasia Pty Ltd as the exclusive distributor of BlueMAC products and services throughout Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands.

This partnership heralds new exporting opportunities into sophisticated and discerning markets for BlueMAC in partnership with SKALA – already a well-established equipment supplier and solutions provider for the recycling, mining, bulk materials and industrial processing sectors. Even at this early stage in the relationship, BlueMAC already has two plants in build for SKALA customers and when these are commissioned later in the year they will be two of Australia’s largest C&D processing facilities.