26 March 2019 by Joshua Doherty

Appointments round-up (26/03/2019)

With news on: UKWSL announces new corporate development head; Total Recycling Services appoints sales executive; SFS appoints Darren Wade as technical specialist; Wainwright joins Bakers Waste Services.


UKWSL announces new corporate development head

Waste management outsourcing specialist UK Waste Solutions – UKWSL – has announced the appointment of Tony McPartland to head up its corporate development team. 

Mr McPartland joins the waste broker from Cawleys, where he spent three years working across their corporate accounts.

Tony McPartland joins UKWSL from Cawleys

Prior to this, he was at Suez for four years, working with customers in the London, Essex and Kent regions.

In his new role with UKWSL, Mr McPartland is responsible for developing relationships with the company’s blue-chip client base across the retail, FM and property management sectors.  The existing team of Corporate Development Managers will now also report in to Mr McPartland.

Commenting on the move, he said: “I bring some significant experience to UKWSL from my years within the self-delivery model of the waste industry. My in-depth knowledge of key sectors will therefore be used to drive UKWSL forward into the future, whilst at the same time ensuring our clients are realising the commercial and environmental opportunities resulting from the government’s waste and resource strategy.”


Total Recycling Services appoints sales executive

Darlington-based recycling provider Total Recycling Services has appointed a sales executive to help reach its target of doubling turnover within the next three years.

Lewis Southall has joined the Total Recycling Services team as an area sales manager

Lewis Southall, has joined the team as an area sales manager after a successful career within the industrial services sector.

Total Recycling Services is based in Darlington and uses its skills and expertise in hazardous waste removals for clients such as JCB, Akzo Nobel, Nissan and Caterpillar.

Lewis, who previously worked with World Services Group and CIS Northern, said: “When I first came to Total Recycling Services I was immediately impressed with the company. It’s innovative and has invested well in future growth.

“My main focus will be on the industrial services side of Total Recycling Services, which has already seen large growth in the last 18 months. I’ll also be looking to bring in more waste contracts.”

Sue Woodward, commercial director at Total, added: “Lewis brings with him a great commitment and pride to his role, with a genuine consultative approach to sales.

“He has an extremely professional approach to customers and great account management skills which we’re enthusiastic to utilise.”


SFS expands procurement team

Contract hire and fleet management company, Specialist Fleet Services Ltd (SFS), has expanded its procurement team with the appointment of Darren Wade as Technical Specialist.

Darren Wade started his career as a mechanical engineering apprentice with Fraikin and spent 28 years at the company

Mr Wade started his career as a mechanical engineering apprentice with Fraikin and spent 28 years working across every area of the business:

Commenting on the move, he said: “It is an exciting time to be in the industry with new challenges in the form of new legislation and technology. SFS has an excellent reputation and the team here go to great lengths to guide customers and create truly bespoke solutions.  I already feel very much at home.”

Mr Wade will be based at SFS’ Headquarters in Northampton, working on the pricing of new tenders and advising customers on the best vehicle, equipment and maintenance solutions.

Bob Sweetland, managing director of SFS, added: “Darren has excellent credentials and will be a great asset to the team.”


Jim Wainwright joins Bakers Waste Services

Leicestershire based waste management firm Bakers Waste Services has announced the appointment of Jim Wainwright as operations director.

Jim Wainwright has joined Bakers

Mr Wainwright has over 28 years of experience in senior operations, depot and fleet roles gained in the waste and logistics industry, working for the likes of Veolia and Ward recycling.

Commenting on his appointment, he said: “I’m extremely excited to join Bakers Waste, this is a great opportunity for me personally and comes at a perfect time with the business outlining clear plans to continue growing.

“Bakers Waste are an ambitious local family business that has progressed at an exceedingly fast pace, providing a tailored solution to meet the needs of all businesses. Ethics and the community remain at the forefront of everything we do and I can’t wait to be involved with the next stage of development.”

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