The multinational Nike has begun to recycle in its facilities in Holland, and it has done it with with bins of Cervic, which is a company with extensive experience in the manufacturing of bins intended for the waste collection.
The facilities of Nike are installed specifically in Hilversum, which is a city that hosts several multinationals in a complex called Media Park.
Cisco Sysems, Adidas, IKEA o Tesla Motors are some of the companies located in this town with a broad business climate due in part to the multilingual character of the area.
Nike meanwhile, has in Holland one of its major headquarters worldwide where it exports to Europe, Middle East and Africa, thanks to its facilities that shelter more than 1400 employees from 68 nationalities. Cervic has already delivered the new bins to Nike as company sources say “The multinational has chosen the Niza bins, that form a novel concept of recycling stations for multiple residues”.
In addition, they are fully customized products “The body of the bin has been specially created for Nike and we have also added its own iconography of identification of residues” as Gustavo Cerdá, General Manager of the company, assures.
It Is not the first time that Cervic has equipped facilities of multinationals because we have to remember that Danone which also has its European headquarters in the Netherlands, trusts too in Cervic for recycling.
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