Strengthened position in the UK market High Wycombe, 7th February 2007. SULO MGB Ltd., a subsidiary of the SULO Group, Germany's second largest waste management company, has parted with General Manager John Max Ryan (59) by mutual consent with effect from 1 February 2007. Managing Director Dr. Alexander Rochlitz (39) will manage the business jointly with Maurice Link (45), General Manager of the Dutch subsidiary SULO BV.
SULO´s sales team in the United Kingdom has been re-organised under the responsibility of General Manager Sales Damian O´neill (39) and will be expanded in the near future. Damian O´neill: “The aim is to strengthen our position in the UK, which is now the biggest market in Europe. ” Operations Manager Simon Galinski (30) has been appointed to manage the identification and weighing technology as well as the innovative underground systems operations.
Apart from extensive knowledge in the plastic waste container business, SULO possesses comprehensive technical know-how for identification and weighing systems as well as for underground systems and has been very successful in the United Kingdom. This technical competence will even be expanded in the near future. SULO considers the United Kingdom a core market – not only for bins but also for complete disposal technology systems including identification and weighing as well as underground systems.
SULO GmbH, based in Hamburg, Germany, provides services covering the whole range of waste management needs, including container and process technology, recycling of raw materials and waste management. The primary goal of all divisions of the company is to ensure full recycling of materials, comprehensive solutions for customers and responsible treatment of the environment. The Environmental Technology division is engaged in the production of innovative containers, identification and weighing systems and custom-designed management of containers which are distributed all over the world. The Environmental Services division is responsible for all services relating to waste disposal and waste management, including the marketing of secondary raw materials. Both divisions work on behalf of local authorities and also for private, commercial and industrial customers, as well as for packaging recycling compliance schemes.
SULO GmbH achieves an annual turnover of approx. 1.2 billion Euros and employs more than 8,000 people. In Germany, SULO operates from more than 200 service locations and nearly 60 treatment and recycling plants. The company is active in more than ten European countries and in Singapore.