We have recently launched our new corporate video, titled “One Team, Delivering Solutions”. The video (see below) showcases exactly how we deliver recycling solutions to our customers.
In 2018, Kiverco were delighted to welcome Paul Carolan as their new General Manager. Paul has come from a background in Production and Operations Management. With a degree in Business & Languages, he began his career in Powerscreen and CDE before joining Keystone Lintels where he spent 16 years. While there, he was responsible for 200 employees and this provided him with invaluable experience in people management along with experience in various departments such as product development and continuous improvement.
A Cheshire- based waste management company has opted for Kiverco plant since the appointment of the Finlay Group as a licensed hirer. Henshaws of Macclesfields has specified the Kiverco PS122 Picking Station for their 16-acre site along with a Terex Finlay 883+ heavy duty screener.
Westminster Waste, based in the heart of London, have carried out major upgrades of their processing plant this year, in partnership with recycling plant builder, Kiverco. As an innovative and fast-moving company, one of their key objectives is zero waste to landfill. The recent upgrades have not only helped achieve this but also enabled them to create a more streamlined and efficient plant that produces high-quality end-products.
Here at Kiverco, we are excited to announce a new partnership with Lincom Group to distribute our recycling plant equipment throughout the Australian and New Zealand markets.
Green Planet, based in Norwich, have recently taken ownership of a Kiverco recycling plant. Both companies engaged in an extensive consultation process to ensure that not only were their own commercial objectives met, but also that the plant met the requirements of others, such as neighbours and the local authority.
Scrapco Metal Recycling, a family run business in Kent, has recently taken ownership of a new Kiverco waste recycling plant. Scrapco, which first started trading in scrap metal in 2006, has seen their more recent skip hire service grow rapidly. This meant that they required a new recycling system that would be flexible and could be adapted to accommodate further growth.