New Owners For SRM

Tradebe UK

SRM Ltd has been acquired by Tradebe, the global hazardous waste management company owned and developed by president Josep Creixell. This acquisition makes Tradebe the leader in the UK hazardous waste management market.

Broader range of customer services now on offer.

Tradebe’s UK chief executive officer, Alex Gazulla, says srm compliments perfectly its existing UK business: ‘This acquisition means that, as the market leader in the UK, we can now offer a full range of hazardous waste disposal and recycling services to our customers. We believe that both Tradebe’s and SRM’s existing customers will appreciate being able to do business with a single service provider that they can trust.’

SRM managing director, Stewart McGown, commented, “the sale of SRM to Tradebe represents the best way forward not only for the two companies but for both sets of customers as well. I have no doubt that we will now be the UK’s biggest and best hazardous waste recycling and disposal company”.

Your current SRM or MRM contacts remain the same for the near future and orders should still be placed through the Heysham office. Similarly, payment details remain unchanged.

SRM sales and marketing director, Richard Butcher, said: ‘Until advised otherwise, all of our customers should work with us in the same way as they have done over the past years. If anyone would like more information, then please do not hesitate to contact me.'

Acquisition brings major customer benefits.

The SRM acquisition brings major benefits to customers of both SRM and Tradebe, reinforcing as it does, the combined companies’ national coverage of hazardous waste management services.

Tradebe will now be able to take all of a customer’s hazardous waste. This reinforces the viability of the Tradebe competitive total waste management package, especially important because of its emphasis on recycling and recovery options.

If you would like to explore how your business can benefit through such a package or to discuss management of wastes that SRM is not currently handling, please call your existing SRM contact.

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