Herzebrock/Telford. Leading plastics manufacturer Craemer Group has now launched a facility for plastics injection moulding at Hortonwood West in Telford, Great Britain. It is the Group’s second plastics facility in Telford for the production of wheelie bins, pallets and storage and transport containers. The Group is investing £25m (27,5 million euros) in the new site including large machinery to add new products to Craemer UK’s portfolio: a range of four-wheeled commercial waste bins and pallet boxes, which until recently could only be manufactured at the Group’s German headquarters. The company’s expansion will create up to 70 new jobs at the Telford site.

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This purchase is part of the Telford & Wrekin Council and Homes and Communities Agency Land Deal, aimed at bringing forward spare industrial land for development. Since the launch of their existing Telford factory in 2006, Craemer UK Ltd has grown significantly with turnover increasing 500 per cent to £25.5 million in 2016. The company has been looking to expand its existing site in Hortonwood 1 but have been constrained by the nearby A442 and adjoining occupiers. So instead Craemer intends to develop its new factory at Hortonwood West, creating up to 70 jobs and safeguarding the 65 posts at its existing Telford site.

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Leading plastics manufacturer Craemer Group is set to expand its presence with the development of a new production facility in Telford after agreeing to purchase a 5.3 hectare site at Hortonwood West. The firm’s expansion will see it create up to 70 new roles at the site.

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The plastic processing company Paul Craemer GmbH is celebrating the 50th birthday of the Craemer plastic pallet. In 1967, Craemer received the patent for the world’s first one-piece injection moulded plastic pallet. Today, 50 years on, the German company – headquarters of the Craemer Group and specialist for Metal Forming, Plastics Processing and Tool Making – is a leading developer and manufacturer of high-quality plastic load carriers.

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Bolton Council embarked on a project to replace its residents' 240-litre residual waste bins with ones that were 100 litres smaller, saving money in the process and turning the old bins into the new ones along the way, as CIWM editor, Ben Wood, reports.

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