This is a press release from CNC Recycling:
UPVC Window Recycling specialist CNC Recycling have further enhanced their sales team by appointing another highly experienced Business Development Manager to assist with the continued drive to strengthen operations and demand for the recycling of old windows.
Nicole Lythgoe joins the North East based firm to both build and support the ever-growing network as more companies join the CNC Recycling scheme.
Nicole has previously worked for Eurocell Recycle for almost four years as the National Raw Materials Buyer of UPVC windows.
Managing Director Melanie Reid, said “ Nicole is a well-respected person within our industry and brings a wealth of experience, she is a fantastic addition to the team to deliver new business into our operation and she is someone who also truly understands window recycling
Our strategy for further growth in 2022 has already seen us open two new recycling sites in the UK with more in the pipeline. Furthermore, we have also seen strong demand in the tonnages which are up 40% in the first quarter (Q1) on the same period in 2021.
This is part of our ongoing commitment to be the trusted and reliable recycling partner to the Fenestration Industry”
Nicole said “ I am absolutely delighted to join CNC Recycling and to be back in UPVC window recycling which is something that I have a passion for. Everybody at the company have been so welcoming and supportive. It has been apparent how committed they are to customer service as a priority and it is such a strong team.
I am looking forward to helping be part of a successful team to drive the company’s continued growth.”
“ It has been wonderful to welcome Nicole to the team as we believe she will be an absolute asset in helping drive the business forward” concluded Melanie.
For more details visit www.upvc-recycling.com or email email@example.com
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