QCR’s balers pack a meaty punch

27th Apr 2018

Another referral reward has been issued and this time it was customer of over 10 years,
Brian Etherington Meat gaining the chocolatey surprise.

A lovely Marks & Spencer hamper was hand delivered to Redruth by Regional Sales Manager, Steve Hillier to the delight of MD Mark Etherington (right of picture) and Technical Director, Andy Hill (left).

Etherington’s has been a customer of QCR for over 10 years and always aim to send zero waste to landfill with the help of QCR – the butchery and farm shop currently own a QCR 509 baler, which they use to bale all waste cardboard. 10 years of terrific service has clearly paid off as Andy recently recommended QCR to Dean Myatt, MD of Fowey based, M&W Meats.

Steve soon got M&W on board and they now rent a shiny, new QCR 306 baler.

Proof that QCR’s balers really do pack a meaty punch…

Fancy earning a case of wine or a stunning hamper yourself? Check out our referral reward’s page for more information.

 

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