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Green light

M&CCE Expo welcomes new exhibitor Melba Swintex. Specialising in the design and manufacture of Temporary Traffic Management Systems within the plastics industry, Melba Swintex is able to use its in-depth experience to provide customised products for other industries.

Available through a network of distributors in the UK and around the rest of the world, Melba Swintex products are manufactured to UK and International standards, with the complete range manufactured at the company’s factory located in the North-West of the UK.  In line with the company’s commitment to the environment,  90% of the product range is produced from recycled material.

Melba Swintex also supports UK Woodland, recognising the impact of CO2 emissions from deliveries of product globally. 15,625 trees have been planted, capturing 2,393 tonnes of CO2 and creating 14 hectares of new woodland. The woodland creation project represents the conversion of high intensity arable land into sustainable forestry, providing significant local habitat, flooding and water quality benefits alongside carbon capture.

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