The family-run shredding and data destruction firm, which has branches in Nottingham, Lanarkshire and London, has taken on two new HGV drivers and two new admin staff at its Scotland branch to cope with the extra workload.
The new contracts will see Shredall Scotland provide on-site and off-site paper shredding, data destruction and recycling services to NHS Lanarkshire and a national solicitors and insurance brokers- all of which have offices in Scotland.
Confidential waste manager for Shredall Scotland, Brian McCulloch, said: “We’re really pleased that these clients have chosen to put their trust in us to help them destroy their sensitive documents.
“We’re looking forward to building a good relationship with them, while continuing to maintain those we have we our existing clients. It’s a busy period for us at the moment, but it could soon get busier if we are successful with another three contract tender bids.”
Last year, Shredall achieved a turnover in excess of £3.2 million, which is expected to grow by half a million this year. The Lanarkshire branch has grown by 22% year-on-year.
Lloyd Williams, who founded the business in 1991, added: “I’m extremely proud of what Shredall has achieved over the last 19 years, we’re now one of the largest independently owned shredding and data destruction companies in the UK. But we’re not one to rest on our laurels, we’re continuing to win new business and are on track for another successful year this year.
“The recruitment of new telesales staff in Scotland will help with our ambitious plans for future growth.”
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