Business

Business in Brief - 22/01/2021

Kiverco welcomes three new employees

Manufacturer of waste plant machinery Kiverco has recently welcomed three new employees – Kelly McGrath, Niamh-Anne McNally and Jessica Magowan.

Kelly McGrath, joining Kiverco as a Project Costing Analyst, brings over ten years of experience in project management to the role. McGrath will work with the sales team to ensure each project proposal contains all the information required for customers.

Niamh-Anne McNally will take a post as Digital Marketing Manager, with over ten years of experience in marketing. McNally will share her expertise to boost sales in new markets.

Jessica Magowan will come to Kiverco as a Project Planner, and will work with the production team to ensure each project has the necessary resources.

Kiverco is ‘delighted’ to welcome these ‘talented professionals’, and is confident that the new employees will ‘facilitate further growth and even more exciting projects in 2021’.


Craemer appoints new Environmental Sales team

Graham Deuchars has been appointed into Craemer UK’s Environmental Products Sales team.

The role is based in Perth and is focused on driving business growth in Scotland and Northern Ireland. Graham has worked in the sales industry for over 30 years, spending time with companies such as HC Slingsby, Arthur Shaw Manufacturing, Jewson and HCS Group.

Craemer is the supplier of wheeled bins and recycling containers for the public and private waste sectors, doing business with over 70 per cent of UK councils.

Commenting on his new role, Graham said; “I’m delighted to be joining the team at Craemer. It will be a pleasure to work for a company who are market leaders, known for quality and have ongoing investment.”

Steve Poppitt, UK Managing Director said; “We are delighted to welcome Graham to our fantastic UK sales team at such an exciting time for Craemer following the recent expansion of our UK production operation and the introduction of a range of brand new products”.

Craemer has recently opened a purpose built, second production facility in the Midlands, running alongside the company’s UK headquarters. It is the only UK based manufacturer that can produce its full range in-house.


Forward Waste Management to open manufacturing plant in Barry

Welsh waste management company Forward Waste Management has announced it will lease a warehouse unit in Barry to expand its waste processing equipment business Enviroquip.

The Cardiff-based company has signed a 10-year lease on a warehouse in the Atlantic Trading Estate in Barry for the expansion of subsidiary Enviroquip.

Lyndon Ward, chief executive officer of Forward Waste Management, said: “This move will enable us to significantly increase the production of waste compactors, balers and containers in line with demand as well as creating extra space at our Cardiff facility for the anticipated increase in recycling output there.”

Enviroquip will manufacture most of its product range at the Barry premises. Neil Francis, Head of Knight Frank’s Logistics and Industrial division in Cardiff, said: “We received a good level of enquiries in this property due to the height it offered, gantry cranes and generous external area.

“Barry has a long, proud history of manufacturing and it will be great to see the tradition revived with the arrival of Enviroquip.”

The company also plans to implement an apprenticeship scheme at the site to encourage young people to embark on long-term careers in Barry.