Salvage and recycling company Synetiq has opened a new site in Central London – its second new location in the last month.
Located next to the Metropolitan Police compound is Charlton, the new half-acre site will offer increased storage and processing capacity, as well as opportunities for more efficient delivery routes.
Synetiq works with some of the country’s leading insurers, fleets and police forces – including the Metropolitan Police – to process vehicles through auctions, green parts and recycling processes.
Richard Martin, managing director of Synetiq. said: “We’re really happy with the new premises that we have negotiated.
"This will help us to be even more efficient and make sure we can not only exceed our client SLAs but create room for our business to continue to grow.”
Synetiq was created in March 2019 following the merger of four well-established businesses.
Headquartered in Doncaster, it has more than 590 employees at locations across England and Scotland. In late March, it opened a new site in Aldershot, Hampshire.