Travis Perkins launches exclusive Hippobag partnership

Published:  13 May, 2014

Travis Perkins has launched an exclusive partnership with Hippobag, which it says will offer a convenient waste collection service and better value to its customers.

Travis Perkins customers can now exclusively order a Midbag, Megabag, or Hipposkip using their trade account details to make invoicing simple. Collections can also by arranged directly through the dedicated Travis Perkins hotline.

John Leader, head of waste management solutions at Travis Perkins, said: "The partnership with Hippobag brings a number of fantastic benefits to our customers. Not only is this a fully compliant and convenient method of waste removal, but the trade price also ensures they get a great deal. This new service is just one example of a range of waste management solutions that Travis Perkins is now rolling out through its Hire service to meet demand from customers; we're confident this will be another well received offering."

Further to its partnership with Hippobag, Travis Perkins has launched an extensive range of waste management solutions. With a service promise of "any waste, any time, any where", customers now have access to an extensive choice of refuse and recycling solutions, from wheelie bins and skips, to road sweepers and the removal of hazardous material.

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