North West Recycling (NWR) recently welcomed Hyundai Construction Equipment Europe to their Carlisle HQ, after the waste recycling operation was selected to feature in a video and photographic case study to promote the Hyundai brand and capture the true capability of their construction machinery in action. The filming included an interview with NWR Managing Director Rick Allan, and footage of the Hyundai machinery in operation on site.
Cumbria based NWR has a long history with Hyundai Construction Equipment Europe through their mutual partnership with construction machinery specialists and official Hyundai dealership, Taylor & Brathwaite, who have supplied NWR with Hyundai machinery for several years.
Due to the huge volume of waste processing, the physical demands placed on the machinery, and its commitment to finding better ways of dealing with Cumbria’s waste, it made sense to select NWR as a partner for this Hyundai campaign. Each piece of equipment is required to meet the toughest expectations of plant operators and deliver the highest level of performance.
Versatility, reliability, and increased productivity are essential, with the machinery needing to perform a range of demanding tasks in tough conditions all year round. The new HL955A is shown in action on site, alongside several other Hyundai Construction Equipment machinery, at North West Recycling’s purpose built 30-acre waste reception, recycling, and renewable fuel production facility.
A short excerpt from the video can be viewed here:
Rick Allan, Managing Director at North West Recycling, commented: ”Our business and processing capacity is constantly expanding and to underpin this growth we need reliable machines. It is highly important that we have a machinery partner that enables us to continually deliver an excellent service and one that can keep up with our innovation demands. It is mutually beneficial and as such, it is fantastic that we were selected to showcase their equipment. We look forward to continuing our successful partnership with both Hyundai and Taylor & Braithwaite.’’