A waste container firm has expanded its services and appointed a new manager to oversee the expansion.
Adlington-based Fairport Containers’ portfolio now also include refurbishment, remodelling, repair and manufacture of recycling banks.
The move is expected to fill a deficit in the market and provide a more proactive umbrella service for clients requiring these services.
Fairport, headquartered on Market Street, Adlington, has recruited account manager Lisa Mullally, who will act as the main client contact for the new division.
As well as managing works in this area, Lisa will be focusing on generating new business within the sector.
Lisa said:“I am delighted to be working with Fairport to develop this new area of the business.
“I have more than four years’ experience working with textile, media and cooking oil recycling bank clients throughout the UK and I am looking forward to making new contacts and ensuring that customers receive a proactive service and have a positive experience working with us.”
Managing director of Fairport Containers, Steve Collinson added: “It is very exciting for us to be launching this new service, which will complement our existing service portfolio for waste containers.
“Lisa has excellent knowledge in this field and instantly puts customers at ease.
“We are very pleased to welcome her to the team.”
Fairport Containers is the UK’s longest-established provider of waste container services.
The family business has been established more than 20 years.
The company serves some of the top names in the waste industry, including Biffa, Viridor, Veolia and Sita.