Lavelle’s feature in Scania’s 2022 Calendar!
Our innovative food and glass truck is pictured across the nation’s walls! This March Lavelle waste services ltd were honoured to be selected to appear in the 2022 Scania calendar. More specifically our one of our kind food and glass recycling truck! With a relationship with Scania dating back to the 90’s, our partnership is critical to delivering our high level of service.
“Since 2016, the sight of Lavelle Waste Services’ striking green and white waste management and recycling vehicles has become progressively more frequent on the roads of Greater Manchester. That’s because this local firm has enjoyed rapid, consistent and sustained growth from the day it began trading. Originally formed by Managing Director Craig Lavelle alongside his daughter and Transport Manager, Emma, the business has gone from a standing start – with literally no customers or trucks whatsoever – and has developed into one of Manchester’s fastest-growing waste businesses with a fleet of 11 specialist waste management and recycling Scania trucks plus a further six on order.”
Read the full story on Scania Great Britain’s website: https://www.scania.com/uk/en/home/about-scania/newsroom/news/2022/lavelle-waste-services.html
The story behind the images…
Sam Lavelle, operations manager “Scania got in touch in May of 2021 to ask if we were interested in featuring in the 2022 Scania Calendar. Straight away we jumped at the opportunity!” Fast forward to August with bright skies and longer days, Scania got in touch again to start planning the photo shoot for both the case study and the calendar picture. It was only right as a Manchester based company, we headed into the city centre. With the vehicle specifically designed for our urban clients, we wanted to portray this within the case study that appears on Scania’s website. For the calendar we headed to the new urban metropolis of Media City in Salford. We waited until 9pm to start the night shoot, with the fading sunlight and increasing streetlight, the scene was then set for the calendar image.