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Kee Systems Helps Tenbury Recycling Plant Provide


Safe Access Kee Klamp fittings and mesh infill panels from Kee Systems have provided a recycling centre in Worcestershire with safe access for both visitors and maintenance teams.


Opened in 2016, Tenbury Wells Recycling Centre is a household recycling plant that enables residents to recycle and divert more materials from landfill, including items such as soil and rubble, cardboard, wood, metal and electrical goods. Designed as a split-level site, the plant is easy to access for those working on the site, with no need to climb steps to access the recycling skips.


Cloudfm Appoints New Group


Commercial Finance Director Cloudfm, a UK-based FM company has appointed David May to the main board, as Group Commercial Finance Director.


Promoted from his current role as Head of Commercial Finance, David will be responsible for driving the continued development of the Commercial Finance function, as well as taking responsibility for all commercial finance activity across the business.


The Commercial Finance team within Cloudfm works directly with clients to analyse FM data, and define strategies by which clients can use their estate to achieve operational and financial objectives.


David joined Cloudfm in 2013 as Finance Manager, and since then he has been instrumental in developing the unique financial and operational management processes that set the company apart from its peers in the industry.


Jeff Dewing, Cloudfm CEO commented: “We are delighted to welcome David to the Main Board. David’s exceptional skillset, and the capability he has built within his team, is at the foundation of Cloudfm’s success in the FM industry.


“We look forward to making even 12 | TOMORROW’S FM


With a requirement for safety barriers, MF Freeman, the main contractor on this project, opted for a Kee Klamp guardrail system. These fittings are hot dip galvanised, making them more resilient to corrosion, which was an important consideration for this environment. Supplied via Kee Systems, 120 metres of Kee Klamp safety barriers


were installed around the recycling centre. To ensure complete customer safety while visitors drop their waste into the individual bays, mesh infill panels were added to the guardrailing system. As no welding is required, the safety barriers were constructed quickly and easily on site.


The Kee Klamp range offers outstanding versatility and is suited to a range of guardrail applications. Manufactured from galvanised cast iron, the Kee Klamp system securely joins structural steel tube into almost any conceivable configuration across a variety of angles. Designed with ease and speed of installation in mind, the components completely eliminate the need for hot works on site, resulting in significant cost and time savings.


Neither specialist labour nor tools are required as Kee Klamp fittings can be installed using a standard hex key, with each fitting incorporating an internal set screw to lock the respective fitting safely and securely onto the tube.


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greater use of his financial and operational insight as we continue to build on the exceptional levels of quality and value we deliver to our clients.”


David added: “I am very pleased to be joining the Board at Cloudfm. This is an exciting time for the company as we continue our growth, and work to


change the rules of the FM industry.


“Having worked at Cloudfm for five years, I have witnessed first-hand the positive impact our people and processes have had on our clients’ businesses and look forward to helping support our future success.”


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