The world’s biennial leading trade fair for smart and innovative environmental technologies, iFAT, ran from 14th to 18th of May at Messe München and was host to 3,305 exhibitors who welcomed over 142,000 expert visitors from 160 countries to their impressive and interactive stands. The waste water industry was exceedingly well represented with discussions ranging from microplastics to effective recycling and the digital transformation of the industry as a whole – including digitally linked pumps, waste containers with sensors and autonomous road sweepers.
CountyClean Group were in good company amongst the industry’s most progressive exhibiting companies who were at the ready to impress with their raft of heavy duty and technically advanced vehicles, waste processing and recycling units…
The company’s attendance at the record-setting iFAT 2018 in Munich, Germany was yet another exemplary turn out for the UK industry as the CountyClean Group’s directors shook hands on major equipment investments worth around £1 million which included the company’s largest deal at the KROLL exhibition stand…
Following a number of meetings at the vast exhibition between CountyClean Group’s directors, O’C Mechanical Services from Ireland and the technical sales team of Germany’s leading manufacturer of high performance environmental vehicle superstructures, KROLL Fahrzeugbau- Umwelttechnik GmbH, a deal was struck and the contract signed at iFAT 2018.
Celebrating CountyClean Group’s latest major equipment deal at iFAT on 15th May 2018 with a hearty handshake in front of one of KROLL’s combination tank units.
From left: CountyClean Group – Trevor Beer, Operations Director; Debbie Walker, Director & Owner; Mike Walker, Managing Director and Owner. KROLL Fahrzeugbau- Umwelttechnik GmbH – Jens Skowronnek, Managing Director; Sven Schepler, Head of Sales & Marketing. For O’C Mechanical Services – Damien O’Connor, Director.
The agreement sign off was the first at the iFAT 2018 exhibition for these three innovative companies and was celebrated with firm handshakes and toasted with a sparkling reception. The deal will see CountyClean Group take delivery in Spring 2019 of an individually specified six wheeler combination suction pressure vehicle, and an extremely robust yet technically sophisticated eight wheeler combination suction pressure vehicle with integrated water recycling capability.
Speaking on behalf of the family owned business, Trevor Beer, Operations Director at CountyClean Group said: “As well as being a welcome addition to our growing fleet of over 20 specialist vehicles, these technologically advanced wet waste management units will see our company’s position strengthen as one of the fastest growing environmental support service providers for the whole of the South East of England.”
For almost 60 years now, the R&D team at KROLL has continuously developed vehicles and capabilities to provide water recycling technologies that deliver optimal clean water quality through environmentally friendly, energy-saving and process-oriented operations. To date, KROLL have delivered over 4,000 vehicles with each being individually designed to meet client requirements and to uphold their leading innovative quality industry solutions.
The eight wheeler combination suction pressure vehicle with integrated water recycling capability that was on display at the KROLL Fahrzeugbau- Umwelttechnik GmbH exhibition stand throughout the iFAT 2018.
Following the momentous event, Sven Schepler, Head of Sales & Marketing at KROLL, said “It is not usual for us to have contracts signed off so early at iFAT, so we are very pleased with this result and are grateful to Damien for his part in making this happen so quickly. We are proud to be doing business with CountyClean Group again and look forward to welcoming the team to our manufacturing plant for a final quality inspection in Hünxe in the New Year.”
To sum up the occasion, Mike Walker, Managing Director at CountyClean Group said: “We are absolutely thrilled with how things have run so smoothly between all parties today and are thankful to all involved. Our 24/7/365 business is always ready for the ever-increasing demands of the modern liquid waste industry, and these investments are yet another testament to our service promise of always striving to deliver beyond expectations.”
More technical details will be available in due course and imagery of these new vehicles will also be shared soon.