| Bakers Waste Equipment Inc. (BWE) has moved into an upgraded, larger manufacturing and office complex to accommodate its successful and growing recycling and solid waste equipment business.|
Citing “years of hard work and growth,” BWE Director of Sales and Marketing Chris Burns announced that the company began operating from its new space in mid-January 2014. The move consolidates BWE’s container and compactor fabrication operations, as well as its office functions, all in one location.
“Our company required more capacity with a desire to have all of our operations and offices under one roof,” says Burns. “Our new Lenoir location will house our corporate offices, all manufacturing divisions, service departments and BWE Transport. BWE is very excited about this new chapter and is thankful for the opportunity to grow and become an even larger supplier to the waste and recycling industry.”
A considerable amount of effort went into selecting the proper site for BWE’s new headquarters and plant. An exhaustive search was made to find a facility large enough to house BWE’s three existing plants, plus allow for future growth. That search resulted in finding and up fitting an existing Broyhill Furniture plant in Lenoir, N.C., that had excessive capacity and yard space to accommodate all of BWE’s current and future needs.
BWE has designed and created the optimum work flow environment in its new facility. All departments will be equipped with safe, ergonomic and productive work stations. Material and product flow in the plant will provide many efficiencies and new capabilities for BWE resulting in more volume and better quality.
The new plant also will allow customers to benefit from quicker order fulfillment. “Inventory levels will be larger for quicker deliveries due to the extra capacities and external yard space,” says Burns. “BWE Transport will also be located at the Lenoir plant, rushing product to market and providing the same exceptional customer service it has been known for.”
A new location does not mean a change in BWE’s company philosophy. The company remains committed to its core values of:
• Safety First and Foremost
• Top Quality Products At A Market Competitive Price
• Provide Exceptional Customer Service
• Strive For The Most Efficient Productivity.
BWE was founded by Carson Baker in 1981 and was purchased by current owner and President Ric Raines in 2001. The company currently employs more than 100 people who produce some 20,000 waste and recycling containers / compactors each year.
“The company’s growth during its 33-year history would not have been possible without its loyal customers, vendors and associates”, comments Burns. “We owe a big thank you to all of our valuable customers, dependable vendors and our loyal employees. Thank you all for helping BWE prosper into the company it is today. Bakers Waste Equipment Inc. will continue to forecast growth and invest in the future.”
The company’s new address in Lenoir and its additional contact information is:
1808 Norwood St. SW
Lenoir, NC 28645
Ph: (800) 221-4153 and (828) 726-3001
Fx: (828) 726-3010
| BENLEE North America’s largest manufacturer of roll off trailers has introduced a line of Roll off Pup Trailers to complement the full line of roll off trailers currently manufactured by the company.|
“As the leading manufacturer of roll off trailers and roll off trucks it was a natural fit for us to add pup trailers to our product line” said Greg Brown, President of BENLEE. “In today’s market, consumers are trying to do more with the equipment they already have. BENLEE Roll Off Pup trailers allow you to do exactly that”, Brown added. “Our Roll Off pup trailers allow haulers to carry two containers each trip instead of only one. Make one trip instead of two”, concluded Brown.
BENLEE Roll Off Pup trailers are offered with 2-4 axles and with, or without hydraulics. A “live” or “wet” pup is complete with hydraulic lines and cylinders and can utilize the trucks hydraulic system to load, dump, and unload itself. A “dead” or “dry” pup does not have hydraulics and must be loaded and unloaded with the roll off truck or trailer. Of course options are available, such as tarp systems for safety and auto air inflation systems for tires, for safety and efficiency.
BENLEE has three integrated operations:
1) Designing and manufacturing vehicles used in Scrap, Recycling, Trash, Demolition, Environmental, Energy and other specialty markets.
2) Repair, Service and Frame Straightening, where vehicles can be rebuilt from the ground up.
3) Nationally recognized Parts Operation that ships a broad range of Parts the Same Day the order is received, including from our internet Parts Store, including tarps, hydraulic valves, cylinders, cables and all types of roll off parts.
BENLEE also is a recognized leader in providing the market with support 24/7, including troubleshooting and access to spare parts. For more information contact:
Jim Reeves Tel: 734-476-4402 firstname.lastname@example.org Or visit www.benlee.com.
| Raleigh Recycling NC., which operates Raleigh Metal Recycling and Goldsboro Metal Recycling has entered into a long term operating agreement with J&G Scrap Metal Recycling in Wilson, NC.|
“With all the changes in North Carolina metal theft laws, we wanted to partner with a company that could support us with technology that would ensure we met all aspects of the law and when we heard that the Raleigh Metal Recycling operation and their technology was written up on CNBC’s website and the Wall Street Journal, it helped us make our decision”, said Jeff Charles owner of J&G Scrap Metal Recycling. “We have known Greg Brown and his team for many years, but after talking to many possible partners, the advances made by Raleigh Metal Recycling, seemed the best of the best,” Charles said.
“We are very pleased that Jeff chose to team with us”, said Greg Brown, President and CEO of Raleigh Recycling. It is a competitive market and Jeff knows all the players, so we were pleased that after his talking to our competition, he chose us to partner with”, Brown said.
The company will now be called Wilson Metal Recycling JG. The recycling center will be expanding into electronics recycling which will include computer recycling and all types of e-waste recycling. The new Wilson Metal Recycling JG will also be buying all types of batteries for recycling. They will continue buying from the public as well as industrial and demolition companies.
“Jeff has run a great operation for years and we look forward to growing with him in the future”, concluded Brown.
Raleigh Recycling NC, operates the largest full service recycling operation in Raleigh, NC, buying Scrap Metal, Electronics, Batteries and Cardboard. With the Wilson, NC agreement they now operate three scrap metal recycling operations in Eastern North Carolina, operating a full fleet of 14 trucks and trailers buying metal, batteries, plastics and cardboard.
For questions contact: Gregory Brown Tel: 919-828-5426 email@example.com For more information visit www.raleighscrapmetalrecycling.com