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SEDA is back in the UK

SEDA MDS6 container
SEDA's new base in the UK should make sales and service of their extensive range much easier.
It’s been a while since SEDA had a UK base, so we are pleased to let you know that SEDA-Environmental UK Ltd is now officially open.


With a large customer base here in the UK, SEDA has asked us to let all of their clients know that they can now give full support; that’s service, parts and new product information via phone or email directly in the UK. They are also carrying a varied selection of stock that can be distributed swiftly and promptly directly to you along with full technical support whenever required.

Tony Peacock, the new general manager for SEDA-Environmental UK Ltd has been involved in the vehicle depollution industry for over 20 years and understands the working environment and day to day demands of running atf’s. His knowledge and experience should prove a great asset to both SEDA-Environmental and their customers as they can now give maximum support when required.
Tony Peacock
Tony Peacock, SEDA-Environmental's new man for the UK comes with over 20 years experience.


Tony told atfPro, “I would like to thank SEDA-Environmental UK Ltd for the opportunity of running their new operation here in the UK. Having worked within the vehicle dismantling industry for over 20 years covering a full range of duties from parts sales through to full yard operation, including depollution, air con recovery, catalytic converter recovery along with wire removal and granulation to mention only a few. This has given me a great foundation to work with SEDA-Environmental, with the opportunity to share my knowledge with their own expertise in this field.“

“This global company operates out of numerous countries around the world. The strongest company in the depollution industry has now placed a branch in the UK to service and supply their large customer base, to give dependable service and supply original quality parts. I would like to take this opportunity in welcoming all existing and new customers to the UK branch, where we will look after all your requirements.”

SEDA claim to be the largest manufacturer and supplier of depollution equipment globally with an extensive range of products to suit every individual need. Naturally they will be pleased to welcome any new and existing business.

SEDA and Tony will be at CARS2016 but if you can’t wait until then, visit their website, email them here or you can call Tony on 0 20 8123 3154

April 2016

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