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Diamonds are forever!

Cawleys, the waste and recycling company, might be singing Diamonds are forever, when it celebrates its 60th anniversary this year. To mark its diamond anniversary the company has recently re-branded and been given a new look. A new logo has been made to give Cawleys a new identity and to help build a strong and distinctive brand. The business has over 90 waste vehicles and over 200 employees. All vehicles and skips are currently undergoing re-branding, however, the company has recently heavily invested in four new articulated vehicles and trailers. Cawleys managing director Jon Cawley said: We are operating in an industry where new legislations are being introduced all the time. It is important that we remain innovative and that every part of our business evolves in line with these changes so that we are always able to offer our customers first class service and advice when it comes to waste management. The company has recently invested £3 million into a materials recycling facility that will be built in Luton, which will add to the two it already has. Business development manager Kate Cawley said: Our marketing challenge is to inform all our customers that we are much more than a waste management company, more of a one-stop shop that can meet, manage and exceed all expectations when it comes to waste and management. Cawleys has depots in Milton Keynes, Luton, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Northamptonshire areas. Image: Cawleys team

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