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RPS moves into new pallet HQ

Latest News April 16, 2020 3:33 pm

We’re thrilled to announce that RPS has officially moved into our new home in Eaglescliffe!

Over the last month the team has been working extremely hard, moving operations from our old site in Maltby to the new location, and we’re very proud of what we have achieved over the last year.

We have everything under one roof, with all of our pallet repairers in the main warehouse building, and we’ve also invested in a space for our brand new QR1700 Untha shredder – it’s a very exciting time for us!

Thanks to vast amount of space and consolidating operating space into one building rather than several smaller units, we can manage the whole collection and handling process of pallets in-house.

Here are some interesting facts about our new site:

  • It can hold over 40,000 pallets over a 3-acre storage area
  • We now have capacity in the offices to expand the team as the business grows
  • We have superfast broadband speeds – the team are delighted about this!

But the developments aren’t stopping here! We will continue to enhance our services for businesses in the construction and retail industries. Not to mention our clients will still benefit from our fleet of vehicles which are on the road making local pallet collections and deliveries.

Gary Hudson, RPS managing director, said: “It’s been an exciting year for RPS, and I’m thrilled to see our new facility up and running.

“The team have worked incredibly hard throughout this project and I can’t thank them enough for their dedication and commitment, as without them this move wouldn’t have been possible.

“We’re looking forward to what the future has in store for RPS. There are lots of things in the pipeline so keep watching this space.”

We will keep you up to date with the latest goings on at our new site. Keep an eye on our LinkedIn company page and follow us on Twitter @RPS_Limited.

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