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Welcome to Issue #1 of Shredder Bites, from Untha UK Your e-guide to shredders and waste management
…to the first issue of UNTHA UK’s all new electronic newsletter.
As many of you will know our team has a lot of industry knowledge to share. We’ve therefore decided that once a quarter we would like to bring you the latest waste and recycling news, expert insight, shredding advice and special offers, to digest at your leisure. So why not pop the kettle on and take a closer look at who we are, what we do and how we do it, and you might just be able to save some money at the same time.
As a valued customer, you are at the heart of our business and we would therefore like to keep in touch with you on a regular basis. If you’d like to suggest a story for our newsletter, need some extra help with your shredding solution or you simply want to give us some feedback, please contact us.
Finally, we have certainly enjoyed a phenomenal 2012 and one year on from the ‘birth’ of UNTHA UK we are incredibly excited about what lies in store for our organisation and customers going forward. So as we all enjoy a hard-earned rest before the start of 2013, may we wish you a Merry Christmas and a safe and prosperous New Year. See you next time!
UNTHA UK launches ‘A Buyer’s Guide to Waste Shredders’
Some organisations have a clear understanding of the shredding solution that will best suit their requirements. Others struggle to differentiate between the extensive range of machines available in the UK marketplace.
Drawing upon a rich heritage of shredding expertise UNTHA UK has therefore developed ‘A Buyer’s Guide to Waste Shredders’ to help assist companies through the potentially complex procurement process. Whether you’re buying your first ever shredder, seeking to upgrade your current machine, expanding your waste and recycling operation, or building a completely new processing plant, this resource is intended to help you make best value decisions every step of the way.
Not to be confused with an UNTHA UK sales brochure, this informative document condenses years of experience and advice into an easy-to-digest PDF that can be downloaded for free. A useful checklist and a selection of top tips will help keep you on track throughout the various phases of the buying process – researching, shortlisting, trialling, purchasing and commissioning the right shredder for you.
Getting the greatest return on investment from your shredder
As organisations continue to recover from the economic turbulence of recent times, it is important that we all share our knowledge and advice at every possible opportunity. We can learn from one another and work together to improve our operational efficiencies, the country’s environmental agenda and at the same time, all of our profit margins.
A free library of educative resources is available on the UNTHA UK website, with helpful PDFs for visitors to download at their leisure. In addition, we’re going to offer a new topic for consideration in every issue of our newsletter. This month we’re looking at the importance of equipment service and maintenance. READ MORE>>>
Plastic shredder for sale with 35% off
If you’re on the lookout for a cost-effective plastic shredder capable of handling materials such as plastic packaging, drums, car bumpers and dashboards, interior auto trim and polymer foam, then get in touch with the UNTHA UK team as quickly as you can.
Our colleagues in Austria – widely renowned as the world’s most pioneering shredding engineers – are currently refurbishing a single-shaft LRK1000 to factory standard. Available with a staggering 35% discount, this compact yet high-throughput shredder can be in the UK just after Christmas. But we only have one of these machines available at this incredible price, so when it’s gone it’s gone.