Keenan Recycling gears up for further growth with key acquisition

Food waste collection company, Keenan Recycling provides strengthened its existence in England having obtained the meals waste wheelie bin selection arm of JNL Waste materials Services Restricted for an undisclosed worth.

The acquisition, including brand new trucks, will strengthen the company’s assistance in the Midlands, East and northamptonshire Anglia; introducing clients to Keenan and improving its fleet of automobiles.

Jon Lee, JNL Waste Solutions said: “I’m pleased to concur that Keenan Recycling offers effectively concluded the acquisition of our wheelie bin program. Keenan Recycling includes a fantastic popularity in the market, so we realize our customers will undoubtedly be in good fingers.  The sale allows us to spotlight bulk food waste materials haulage and the money from the deal will undoubtedly be used to broaden our articulated fleet.”

Contrary to the backdrop of a worldwide pandemic, on-heading Brexit negotiations and HGV driver shortages, Keenan Recycling provides invested over £4 million in new trucks within the last 12 a few months, adding six brand new depots which includes London, Manchester and exeter, and much more than doubled its headcount.

Initially create as a backyard composting company, Keenan Recycling released its industrial food waste collection providers in Scotland in ’09 2009 before moving southern of the border in 2018 and growing across England.

Handling Director of Keenan Recycling, Grant Keenan commented:  “In the last 1 . 5 years, we’ve made substantial investments into England, that permitted us to serve an abundance of clients including colleges, dining places and junk food chains as businesses evaluation their carbon footprint, and realise how foods waste recycling can assistance sustainability targets.

“Since we achieved United kingdom wide coverage previously in the entire year we are needs to see many acquisition opportunities as additional waste management companies believe they might benefit by becoming section of Keenan Recycling.”

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