Pakawaste limited, the UK’s market leader in the manufacture and supply of waste handling equipment, will be exhibiting at the Recycling & Waste Management 2007 (RWM07) exhibition at the NEC Birmingham on 11-13 September.
Pakawaste, who are regular exhibitors, will be found at stand 238. Visitors will be able to see first hand the Powerkube XL heavy duty multi function baler, MX600 ‘true mill size’ baler, VB80D multi-chamber baling press, Superlizzy screw compactor and the popular easy load VB56 single phase baler. The Pakawaste team will be on hand to greet visitors, offer hospitality, give free advice and answer any enquiries regarding Pakawaste’s wide range of waste management equipment; bespoke waste management systems and services. Information packs and support literature will also be made available to all visitors to the Pakawaste stand. The event has proved extremely beneficial for Pakawaste in previous years with many of the exhibition visitors expressing a keen interest in Pakawaste’s services and their ability to provide cost-effective and flexible solutions to waste management problems. A number of new customers registered details at the exhibition, last year, and took advantage of Pakawaste’s excellent, no obligation, free site survey. David Hamer, Sales & Marketing Director said “This is the premier exhibition for the recycling and waste management industry in the UK and a great platform for forward thinking companies like Pakawaste to exhibit the very latest innovations. Pakawaste have always found overwhelming interest in their range of products and services at the RWM, from many different market sectors. In addition to viewing the exhibited equipment and meeting the team, you will also be able to get advice on waste management legislation from our sales team at RWM07. This free service is being introduced due to the unprecedented of number enquiries Pakawaste are getting concerning compliance. Based on the success of previous years we are looking forward to meeting and greeting many visitors to stand 238, see you there.”