MGB Plastics Builds for Future Growth with Seven Figure Machinery Investment

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Jul 02
The UK’s largest manufacturer of wheeled bins has strengthened its position as market leader with a seven figure investment in new machinery to help increase production and target new markets. MGB Plastics has continued its commitment to UK manufacturing by bolstering its business with a new 2700t Krauss Maffei injection moulding machine at its Rotherham factory. This recent addition – its fourth investment in as many years – will complement its existing portfolio of equipment to allow the company to manufacture more products, cope with extra demand and boost sales as it targets a growing share of the market. It currently has the largest share of the UK wheeled bin and recycling container market alongside sister firm Straight Ltd, both part of the OnePlastics Group portfolio. Karl Stillman, OnePlastics group sales director, said the new machine would help service existing client requirements while building on its client base as the company looks to post a record-breaking year. He said: “We are delighted to have acquired this new machine which is central to our long-term plans and a perfect complement to our existing portfolio. It will fulfil our immediate requirements of existing clients while giving us that extra production capacity to cope with extra demand as we look to increase our client base. “We […]

Successful MGB contract drives Edinburgh recycling success

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Jan 06
A recent contract to supply and distribute bins in Edinburgh has lead to huge increase in recycling across Edinburgh. In the first stage of the project 140,000 households received new 240-litre recycling bins, leading to an 85% rise in the amount of waste being recycled, with a huge reduction in the amount of waste going to landfill. Speaking to the Edinburgh Evening News, MGB General Manager Ross Schofield said, We couldn’t be happier with the results of the new scheme for Edinburgh council and look forward to extending it’s reach further across the city. Read the full article here