Monthly Archives: February 2021

Tony Goodman takes semi-retirement and the sales lead on lithium

At the end of 2020, Tony Goodman took retirement from his role at Cawleys and stepped down from the board, but it's certainly not the last time we'll see him. Although Tony has resigned from his duties as a day to day director, he will now be at the helm of our lithium-ion battery sales…
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Cawleys Sustainability Insights Issue 2

We're now firmly into 2021 and the Cawleys Sustainability Insights Series is gaining momentum, tackling issues that are close to the heart of many businesses across our region and beyond. Our latest article in the series has been written by Cawleys' Managing Director, Phil Gudgeon and addresses the challenges and opportunities associated with striving to…
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Mental Health Charter

Cawleys are delighted to have signed up to the Mental Health Charter (MHC). The MHC is a Framework, borne out of a cross industry volunteer group created with contributions from clients, contractors, specialist sub-contractors, designers, trade associations, trade unions, regulators, training bodies. The purpose is to provide a flexible and consistent framework to enable all…
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The Cardboard Conundrum

With the recent news that ASOS and Boohoo have bought up many of our much-loved high street brands, it is more than obvious that the one sector that is booming in the current covid-environment is online shopping. More people than ever are turning to their phones, laptops and iPads, either by choice and necessity, to…
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Cawleys launch ‘Van-ish’, a Covid-safe Van Clearance Service

Cawleys, a family-run local recycling and waste management company, is delighted to announce the launch of its brand-new van clearance service, ‘Van-ish’. The new ‘Van-ish’ service will operate out of its regional depots in Luton, Milton Keynes and Wellingborough and will offer a waste clearance service to both businesses and private households across Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire,…
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