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Port of King’s Lynn seals recycling deal

ABP’s Port of King’s Lynn has begun a new long-term contract with Goldstar Metal Traders, strengthening its role in supporting the UK recycling industry.

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Goldstar’s Ben Ward and ABP King’s Lynn’s Kim Kennedy
Goldstar’s Ben Ward and ABP King’s Lynn’s Kim Kennedy

Goldstar Metal Traders is a leading scrap metal specialist in Norfolk. Servicing a wide range of factory premises, demolition sites and waste transfer facilities, it deploys over 400 skips and containers currently in service throughout the Midlands and East Anglia.

 

“We have enjoyed working with Goldstar since 2017 as they are the leading scrap metal specialist in East Anglia,” said Kim Kennedy, port manager at the King’s Lynn. “This new deal is great news for the region because it means that we will continue to power the region’s prosperous future.”

 

Operating from Berth 16 at the Port of King’s Lynn, Goldstar export ferrous and non-ferrous metals to central Europe and the Baltic states.

 

“Due to its location and great transport links, the Port of King’s Lynn is a natural choice for us when it comes to exporting scrap metal to destinations across Europe,” said Ben Ward, managing director, Goldstar Metal Traders. “We’re pleased to have completed this new deal and look forward to continuing our productive relationship with ABP in the coming years.”

 

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