REMONDIS has been operating in Australia for over 30 years now and has become one of the leading waste management and recycling businesses in the country. Over the years, awards have been presented to the company, further underlining the fact that it is the employees that play a decisive role in the business’ success and rapid growth. One recent example of this is the ‘Excellence in Business Award’.
REMONDIS Australia operates a network of 35 branches and 27 plants and facilities
The ‘Excellence in Business Award 2015’ was presented to REMONDIS by the Illawarra Business Chamber, a leading organisation for businesses in the Illawarra region of New South Wales. This prize is externally judged and awarded on a company’s strategies and plans to achieve growth as well as the actual business growth over the last 24 months. The jury was also impressed by REMONDIS’ outstanding health, safety and environmental performance. Moreover, they praised its service excellence and its partnerships with community-based organisations such as Rotary International.
Chris Wade, Head of REMONDIS’ branch in Wollongong, accepting the award
“It is a great honour for our company to be presented with the Excellence in Business Award. It not only endorses the work we have achieved so far but will also spur us on to do even more in the future.”
Luke Agati, Managing Director of REMONDIS Australia
A further award was handed out in the north-east state of Queensland. REMONDIS employee Cary Franzmann was named ‘Best Professional Industry Driver’. He was presented with his certificate by the Waste Recycling Industry Association Queensland during an awards ceremony in Brisbane. Summing up why he had been elected, the jury said: “Cary has driven over one million kilometres accident free. His commitment to the industry makes him an ideal trainer and role model to those in his profession.”
Norbert Rethmann – honorary chairman of the supervisory board of the RETHMANN Group – personally congratulated Cary Franzmann (left) on being named the ‚Best Professional Industry Driver’