Coventry-based Tom White Waste (TWW) has added a further four JCB machines to the range of materials handling equipment (MHE) in operation at its recycling centre in Coventry.
The new additions mean that TWW’s MHE fleet is now comprised entirely of JCB equipment.
The latest order is made up of three JS20MH wheeled material handlers and a 560-80WM Loadall – the most powerful unit in the JCB telehandler range.
Long-established JCB dealer, Gunn JCB, has supplied TWW’s new equipment and the company is also responsible for the ongoing service and maintenance of the TWW MHE fleet.
In all, Tom White Waste – which celebrates its 30th anniversary in October this year – operates over 20 JCB models at its Coventry site.
The fleet of specialist handling machines includes seven loading shovels, two telehandlers, two Teletruks and two telescopic handlers. Every model has been designed to deliver optimum performance in the most challenging environments.
TWW recycles over 125,000 tonnes of mixed general and commercial waste at the Coventry facility and, typically, some 30 lorries are loaded each day.
Ian White, Managing Director of Tom White Waste, said: “We are increasingly able to help our trade waste customers achieve complete diversion from landfill and the JCB equipment plays a vital role in the efficiency of our on-site processes.
“Historically TWW has used other MHE brands but with these latest purchases our fleet is now 100% JCB – which is a significant milestone for our business and reflects our total satisfaction with the performance of the JCB range.”
Tom White Waste is the parent company of Wastemasters Hire, a business established to offer equipment from the JCB Wastemasters collection on short-term hire contracts to the recycling and waste recovery sector.