The business started in 1973 from modest beginnings in a garage of 500 square feet as a sole trader.
Through the years, the business has grown to its present position as the UK's leading Waste & Recycling Container manufacturer. This has been achieved through individual service to its customers together with an emphasis on quality.
During 1977 the business was incorporated as a Limited Company, even though the customer base was still very much localised.
Due to the steady increase in turnover it was decided to employ a dedicated technical design team. At this stage the company concentrated its efforts on widening its customer base by successfully targeting national companies.
By 1984 the premises were unable to cope with the output so 5 acres of land was purchased and purpose designed factory / offices were built. The floor capacity was now 25,000 square feet.
In 1988 growth continued, and further buildings were added to give a floor capacity of 40,000 square feet.
The company expanded into the manufacture of wheeled Waste Containers in 1992, namely the Eurobin range.
In order to accommodate this expansion,
Mr Mick Fairless
Sellers Way Drury Lane Chadderton