Greenway, which has three facilities in New Jersey and Maryland, originated from a merger in 2015 between regional pallet recyclers Pallets Unlimited and Generated Ltd. According to Greenway, the company grew to become the largest pallet recycler in the tri-state area, employing 225 individuals and operating 250 trailers.
All employees, including Greenway’s leadership team, will remain with the company.
“Greenway has been a great Kamps partner for many years. Their uncompromising service and dedication to excellence has aligned our companies well,” said Kamps Inc. President Mitchell Kamps. “Together, we now have seven locations in the Northeast region to service our local, regional, and national customers. Greenway has proven success in launching greenfield sites, for example the Baltimore, Md. location. For these reasons, and many more, we look forward to expanding our horizon in the Northeast with this outstanding team.”
Greenway Co-founder Anthony ‘Tony’ Fabrizio, said that Kamps and Greenway have a similar customer service philosophy, and that joining Kamps increases the diversity of services available to his customers.
With the addition of Greenway, Kamps now has 48 asset-based locations across the nation, recycling a total of more than 200 million pallets annually while also offering comprehensive packaging solutions.
In all, the company has 3,000 employees and 4,700 trailers nationally.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]
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