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SYNETIQ is set to launch a new smart hub site near the M25 to improve the efficiency of its transporter and parts delivery fleet.
Jane Imrie

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A firm specialising in sustainable vehicle processing has announced plans to launch its first ‘smart hub’.

SYNETIQ is set to launch a new smart hub site near the M25 to improve the efficiency of its transporter and parts delivery fleet.

Situated around 30 miles away from its existing facility at SYNETIQ Charlton, the site will be home to a wide range of client services including online vehicle auctions, green parts supply and recycling.

Tom Rumboll, CEO at SYNETIQ, commented: “We pride ourselves on being there for our clients, and adapting to their changing needs.

This new, dynamic site is the first SYNETIQ Smart Hub, and our way of demonstrating to existing and potential clients that we’re on hand with sustainable vehicle processing solutions across the breadth of the UK.

“SYNETIQs integrated, circular model is scalable by nature – the more vehicles we process, the greater our supply of green parts, and the greater the CO2 savings we can generate for our clients.

“We see our new Smart Hub as the next step on Our Road to Tomorrow, a long-term sustainability plan which has already helped SYNETIQ to achieve great things. I’m truly excited to share the next chapter of that with our clients and customers.”

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