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DUST CONTROL Building on strong partnership


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September is a busy month for the bulk handling industry, and I am sure that many of you will be visiting the Recycling & Waste Management exhibition and PPMA show. Last month we printed previews on both shows, so if you missed the August issue, you can view it on our website, www.solidsandbulk.co.uk and see who’s exhibiting at these shows.


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DISAB UK’s recent deal with Wienerberger for 15 SkipVacs, the mainstay of the company’s range of portable industrial vacuum cleaning and waste removal machines, reinforces one of DISAB UK’s longest standing and most successful relationships. Wienerberger’s director of production (bricks) Andrew White explained: “As part of our relationship with DISAB UK, I’m delighted to announce that Wienerberger, one of the UK and Europe’s leading providers of wall, roof and landscaping innovations, is acquiring 15 of their SkipVacs.” “These are the best industrial vacuum cleaning machines of


their type, and this purchase demonstrates our ongoing commitment to improving workplace conditions, in addition to helping us reach and achieve ever higher standards of housekeeping, waste removal and recycling of process spillages around all of our brickwork sites in the UK.” DISAB UK’s continued focus on delivering high levels of service and support has been key to closing this deal, as Andrew White continued, “Besides the machines themselves, Wienerberger has developed a strong relationship with DISAB UK thanks to their delivery of a high level of service and support.


“This factor has played a signifi cant


role in our decision to purchase such a large number of units from a supplier we have learned to trust and rely on for innovative and highly effective solutions to the challenges of waste removal.”


Richard Eve, managing director DISAB UK, commented: “I’d like to express my personal thanks to the team at Wienerberger, not only for their order but for their continued support and commitment. At DISAB we strive to work in close partnership with our clients, providing tailored equipment and service solutions that meet and surpass increasingly demanding industrial standards.” Richard Eve continued: “An order of this scale reinforces both Wienerberger’s strong relationship with DISAB, and our ability to provide the industrial vacuum solutions our customers, whatever their size and requirement, want.” n


4 September 2014 Solids and Bulk Handling


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