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CarTakeBack expands service to Ireland

ELVs
Ireland now has CarTakeBack to help handle its ELVs.
Scrap car recycling in Ireland is set to change as international scrap car recycling company, CarTakeBack launches its service.


CarTakeBack recognises the demand for a reliable and accessible collection service that provides the best value for both the public and trade as well as supporting local recycling centres.

So what’s in it for the auto recycler? CarTakeBack tell us that those who join the CarTakeBack network will benefit from effective marketing activities aimed at securing vehicles from both the public and trade. CarTakeBack’s extensive customer services team will be on hand to offer support to both customers and recycling partners alike. Members of the network also have exclusive access to a bespoke vehicle management system.

Westlink Recovery Services in Dublin are the first Authorised Treatment Facility to sign up with CarTakeBack. Westlink Director Peter Kinsella said “We are very pleased to be part of the CarTakeBack network from launch. Being able to offer customers an instant online quote for their old car through the CarTakeBack website is an exciting prospect and teamed with CarTakeBack’s marketing expertise and industry knowledge we’re already seeing the benefits.”

CarTakeBack’s Steve Norgrove explained that the instant online quote website connects customers wanting to get rid of their old cars with the scrap car recycling centres. He added that “CarTakeBack provides Authorised Treatment Facilities with the opportunity to secure greater numbers of vehicles, at the same time giving customers a good price and first-class service, all within a framework that ensures compliance with local environmental and vehicle registration requirements.’

If you’re in Ireland and think this may be of benefit to you, then either visit Ireland’s CarTakeBack website or email them here.

August 2015

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