Compaction Catch Up May 2024

Welcome to the May 2024 edition of Compaction Catch Up, our monthly update on how the business is doing. We aim to show off our production capabilities as well as our superb team.

Solar panels for a SC3000 based in Verwood
Solar powered SC3000BL Static Compactor installed at one of our neighbours in Verwood
Ice cream party at the Verwood workshop

We have been blasting through our production board, a lot of machines were finished and most have been delivered as well

Queing nicely for breakfast
Enjoying breakfast
Guide Rails for a MC32BL Mobile Compactor

SC3000 Static Compactor with modified turnbuckle getting delivered
HB550 Mill Size Baler with modified bottom door
a safety cage for a MC32 Mobile Compactor

Case Study: Dock Loaded SC3000 Static Compactor with Raised Walkway.


The company approached us when their 30-year-old static compactor became too unreliable to continue using. We visited the site to have a look at their current setup, something we do regularly. They had a dock-loaded setup with a walkway, which was as old as the compactor and needed replacing as well.

The Challenge

This was a challenging build in almost every aspect. To start with, the static is located down a narrow back alley with a one-way traffic flow in place. The transport vehicle is too large to fit down the alley, and the entrance is along a busy road. There is also a choke point next to the compactor’s location that reduces the width further, such that a large transit van is the widest vehicle that can pass.

The walkway and the static would be too big to safely transport on our vehicle as one unit, and they would be too large to fit through the alleyway.

The walls surrounding the dock are covered with air conditioner units and other wall-mounted equipment, meaning limited space for securing the walkway as well as manoeuvring the equipment into place.

The Solution

At the start, our mindset was to create a flat-pack system that could be built on-site. This would help us solve many of the transport issues and help us move it through the alley more safely. We planned to take our forklift truck to the site and park the main transport vehicle at the wrong end of the one-way system, which was down a quieter side road, and temporarily close the entire alley while everything was moved into the space. We discussed this with our partner, and they were happy with this plan.

We sent an engineer to the site for a second time to get precise measurements and photos so we could create a 3D render of the environment and all obstacles.

With the 3D environment created, our designer added the static compactor to it. The main chassis was a standard SC3000, and a chute was built to the height of the dock, then a walkway was created to connect the dock to the compactor.

Once the rough design had been created, our designer and an engineer reworked it, adding the hardware to make it flat-pack and all the connectors and anchoring points.

As with any project of this nature, we got our partner’s feedback on the design, and once approved, we sent off the order for all the parts we would need.

When we had built, bolted, or welded everything together, our partner asked if they could send a couple of representatives up to have a look and to check out our workshop. We enjoy showing off our team and the workshop to visitors, so we organized a day for them to visit and showed them around. The reps were happy to see how everything was shaping up.

Key Benefits

We expect them to notice very little difference in the day-to-day costs as they already had a compactor on-site. They were getting an average of 4 tonnes per uplift. We expect that with the type of waste they are filling it with, they will likely get closer to 4.5 tonnes per uplift. The cost-saving that they will notice is the reduction of maintenance and breakdown costs.

Road Ahead

We will be servicing this machine and the RotorPac on-site twice a year so we will be inspecting it frequently. We have been communicating regularly with the team that fills the compactors for their feedback. At the time of writing this, we have moved the skip locators so they position the skip better for the new compactor.

Compaction Catch Up March 2024

Welcome to the March 2024 edition of Compaction Catch Up, our monthly update on how the business is doing. We aim to show off our production capabilities as well as our superb team.

This month has been a bit boring for news, everyone has been working hard to get the orders built and installed. And things generally went smoothly.

Case Study: The Compactor that Couldn’t be Emptied


We recently installed a MC32 Mobile Compactor that was to be used for compacting insulation material. Everything went smoothly with the installation and our partner was happy with the machine until it came to emptying it. With the design of our rear door, the insulation material didn’t have enough weight to push the door open, not something we had experienced before. This led to the compactor failing to be emptied after several attempts.

After a few long discussions between Steve, our partner and their waste collection company we got the machine back into the workshop to modify it using the waste collectors’ feedback.

The mobile compactor we replaced.

The Challenge

The Solution

The first thing we needed to do was get the compactor back to our workshop, the modifications couldn’t be done while it was in place. Once it was back our team got to work with an angle grinder removing a lip that is normally used to guide the waste as it is being emptied, this was causing extra resistance to emptying the insulation.

We changed the design of the rear door from a top-hinged door to a side-hinged door. We did this by grinding off the paint and welding on the new hinges whilst the top ones were still in place. When the new hinges were welded to both the frame and the door we dropped in the hinge pin and ground off the top hinges carefully, checking the alignment as we went to ensure the door didn’t drop.

We painted the areas where we had stripped the paint and gave the compactor a once-over while we had it.

The grey lines represent the lip that was removed. Normally this lip is used during emptying to guide the waste but in this case was part of the problem.

Key Benefits

Back in place and everything is running smoothly now

The Road Ahead

The partner has a service agreement in place so we will be visiting this compactor regularly in the future. We will also be getting regular updates from the partner to check what weights they are getting and how the emptying is going.

Case Study: Creating a Dolav Bin Lift


We were approached by one of our clients, for whom we have built several balers and compactors in the past. However, this time, they needed something a bit different. This site would need to be able to empty Dolav bins, which are food-grade polyethylene pallet boxes.

The Challenge

The Solution

We sent an engineer to their site to grab one of the Dolav bins and get some measurements of where the new compactor was going to be positioned.

Back at the workshop, we got the measurements for the bin and made a mock-up in our design software. Our designer created a few quick concept designs that he tested in his software (it can highlight parts colliding and stress points). These tests quickly got us to one design that suited the requirements; this one also fulfilled the ‘simple to use’ requirement the best.

The design was a modified trunnion bin lift with a cage attached to hold the Dolav bin securely. The original bin lift did have some minor collision points, so some repositioning of the hydraulic components was needed to perform correctly. As this was all done in the design stage, there was no material wasted to learn these lessons, and only the designer’s time was used. This is one of the ways we can easily add bespoke work to our production line without disrupting the flow.

After a quick double-check of the measurements, we sent the parts list to get laser cut along with ordering the rest of the metal. The main body of this static is the standard SC3000, and no changes were needed to accommodate the new type of bin lift.

The manufacturing stage went smoothly with no significant changes needed. The only thing different from normal on the production line was the customer wanted the static compactor painted a bright red; unusual colours are on-brand for this company.

The final concept design that we decided to put to production
The SC3000 with Dolav Bin Lift in situ
The SC3000 with Dolav Bin Lift in situ

Key Benefits

The final design allowed a Dolav bin to be loaded using a standard pump truck into the side of the cage. The site uses pump trucks for moving the Dolav bins normally, so this was nothing unusual for the team.

A locking mechanism prevented the Dolav bin from moving during operation.

A full safety cage surrounded the bin lift for additional safety during operation, which is also a good reminder to remove the pallet truck as the gate will not close with it in place, and the compactor will not run until the gate is fully closed.

The Road Ahead

We have a six-monthly service schedule with this customer on all their balers and compactors, so we will be regularly inspecting this compactor. When we perform the first service, we will also get some feedback from the people using it so we can update the design if we ever need to make a Dolav Bin Lift again.

Case Study: A Bespoke MC32W Wet Waste Mobile Compactor for A1 Bacon


Our Waste Management Specialist Tommie Coll visited A1 Bacon to understand the company’s needs and advise on the best available options. On this occasion, a standard MC32W Wet Waste Mobile Compactor would have been too large for the available space. However, the company required maximum capacity, being a busy site with daily uplifts not being the optimal choice, The best option was to create a bespoke mobile compactor designed around their needs.

While our Waste Management Specialists excel in their field, they are not engineers. In this case, an engineer’s expertise was necessary due to the tight spaces on site for manoeuvring the compactor and truck, as well as determining the compactor’s placement. Steve Mason visited the site, met with the management team to discuss their requirements, and obtained all necessary measurements.

The Challenge

The company sought ways to reduce disposal costs for scraps and other rubbish while maintaining a streamlined waste management process. They faced limitations in space for accommodating a compactor, with height, width, and length constraints. Additionally, the compactor needed to be compatible with standard waste collector trucks.

The Solution

We developed a bespoke mobile compactor based on our MC32W Wet Waste Compactor design. We reduced the height by 500mm and slightly decreased the width.

Mobile compactors are typically transported in one direction, requiring only one set of rear rollers and a front hook for lifting. For this compactor, we installed an additional hook at the rear and corresponding rollers at the front, enabling backwards pulling for transportation.

To ensure compatibility with standard collection vehicles, we modified the chassis accordingly. Upon assembly, we tested the fit with a collection truck, making minor adjustments to ensure secure locking.

This compactor is designed to handle various waste types, including food and general waste. To prevent liquid buildup, we installed taps on either side near the rear door for periodic draining. We incorporated SmarTec to enhance compactor efficiency. Automated email notifications are sent to the warehouse management team and waste collectors at

Key Benefits

This compactor reduces waste management costs by minimizing uplifts and can be positioned near waste generation points, improving efficiency. Its extra rollers and hook facilitate easy movement, and the SmarTec upgrade ensures it is emptied only when necessary.

The Road Ahead

We will collaborate closely with the company to monitor uplift weights and gather feedback for potential design enhancements for future projects.

18/03/24: They found bags were occasionally remaining on top of the packer after the compactor had cycled so we adjusted the number of cycles from 2 to 5 remotely through the SmarTec, whilst we were on the phone with them. This didn’t need an engineer to go to the site saving time and getting a problem solved almost instantly. After a couple of days with the new settings, there have been no reports of bags staying on the packer.

Compaction Catch Up February 2024

Welcome to the February edition of Compaction Catch Up, our monthly update on how the business is doing. We aim to show off our production capabilities as well as our superb team.

A collage of the Bespoke SC3000 Static Compactor we installed at Poole Hospital. And one photo of the Bespoke MC32 Mobile Compactor we built for A1 Bacon.
Another collage with the top photo of the bespoke MC32 Mobile Compactor we built for A1 Bacon. A phot o from the 3 Counties Expo Keith Rapp was at in Luton and a photo fromTina and Grahams wedding.

This month has been another busy month with a lot of single-machine orders going on our production board, rather than the multi-machine orders of January

The BBQ Steve organised
The BBq T& L Steel organised
Th BBQ T&L Steel organised
Another one from the BBq T&L Steel organised
two MC32 Mobile Compactors that were built for another of our trade partners.
A black MC32 Mobile Compactor that got sent to one of our trade partners.

Compaction Catch Up January 2024

Welcome to the January 2024 edition of Compaction Catch Up, our monthly update on how the business is doing. We aim to show off our production capabilities as well as our superb team.

If you follow us on our social media you would already know we get some components laser cut for precision. We have been ordering the next batch before we have received delivery of the last order so we can keep the manufacturing team fed with parts.

With such a busy month the workshop team have been looking at ways to speed up the production of our mobile compactors, they are the most labour-intensive model we manufacture and also currently the one that is most requested. The team believe they can reduce the production time by 20%. That would represent a reduction in just the welding time from 10 days to 8 per compactor.

Another delivery from Lasered Components
Two of our welders in the process of manufacturing a MC32 Mobile Compactor
The new Design Room

We have finished the Design Room. It’s much bigger and looks a lot nicer than before. But we have realised the shelves and cupboards now look rubbish compared to the rest of the room so we will update them shortly.

We have had a busy January with a number of large orders coming in, this has bumped up our lead times a bit but our workshop team is working hard to get everything built.

An upside down packer in the process of being welding
An example of our new welder, Nicks, work
Ashley servicing a HB550 Mill Size Baler
A bespoke SC3000 Static Compactor
A bespoke MC32 Mobile Compactor

Compaction Catch Up December 2023

Welcome to the December 2023 edition of Compaction Catch Up, our monthly update on how the business is doing. We aim to show off our production capabilities as well as our superb team.

We broke our metal cutting guillotine so we replaced it with a new-to-us Morgan Rushworth Model HGL 3100/8 with a 3m cutting width. This new guillotine has a 50cm larger cutting capability which is a massive boost to our manufacturing process, especially for the larger bespoke projects we regularly get.

If you remember the bright red SC3000 Static Compactor we built in September the same company requested another interesting colour for their new HB550 Mill Size Baler RAL 4003 Heather Violet. But we do prefer their name for the colour ‘Snow Fairy Pink’.

As you may have seen on our socials Steve visited A1 BAcon to get the measurements for a bespoke mobile compactor we will be building for them/ Whilst he was there he was given a couple of packs of their delicious bacon. The only thing to do with that much bacon was to make the team a couple of bacon sandwiches each.

With the Christmas closure, we made a push to get as many balers and compactors out of the workshop and installed as we could, we managed to get 15 installed in total.

Compaction Catch Up November 2023

Welcome to the November 2023 edition of Compaction Catch Up, our monthly update on how the business is doing. We aim to show off our production capabilities as well as our superb team.

We have expanded our design room by just over double its original size to allow our Design Team to work more easily with the Manufacturing Team. Many bespoke designs we are asked to create require much collaboration and input from all departments before any parts are ordered.

As a bonus, the new room once completed will allow the large groups during the site visits to fit all at once.

We are waiting for the new office furniture to arrive at the beginning of December to get Mark back in his own office. Keep an eye on our socials for that.

The bigger design room
The smell of fresh paint in the design room
Mark working at his temporary desk

Across the country Remembrance Day Parades happened on the 12th. Each year we sponsor a soldier silhouette on Verwood High Street, the money raised from local businesses sponsoring these soldiers goes to the Royal British Legion.

The Pearce Compaction Systems sponsored soldier silhoutte.
A wide view of Verwood High Street with a few of the soldier silhouttes.

The Manufacturing Team and some of the office team completed a comprehensive Manual Handling Training Course and a select few remained in the training room to do their Fire Warden Training afterwards.

We regularly run these training courses to keep our teams up-to-date and confident in their jobs. They said the best bit was using the fire extinguishers!

Our full workshop waiting to deliver before Christmas top end.
Our full workshop waiting for delivery before christmas bottom end
An example of our new welders, Simons, work.
Jordan Bishops Fight Day T-Shirt.
Keynote Stage at B2B Marketing Expo
A quote from the B2B Marketing Expo.

Compaction Catch Up October 2023

Welcome to the October 2023 edition of Compaction Catch Up, our monthly update on how the business is doing. We aim to show off our production capabilities as well as our superb team.

Steve Mason Selfie on the Everest Base Camp Walk 2023
Everest view from Base Camp 2023
Everest Base Camp walk 2023
Everest from the air 2023
Steve Mason walking to Everest Base Camp Selfie

As you may have seen on our socials, Steve has had some time off, which he decided to spend walking up to Everest Base Camp.

He was part of a group of 11 people that participated in the 16-day walk. Steve said it was cold with temperatures getting as low as -17°C at night but the magnificent views more than made up for it.

We completed the building of the first one of our new mobile compactor model: The MC14BL Mobile Compactor with Bin Lift. Based on our MC14 Mobile Compactor this new model features a completely re-designed frame and skip to accommodate the heavy-duty bin lift system that can handle bins up to 1100 litres.

It took many iterations in the design stage and several more during manufacture so we say well done to the design team and the manufacturing team for their hard work.

Mc14BL Mobile Compactor with Bin Lift

On the 3rd of October, we were at the Big Sustainability Expo in the Ageas Bowl in Southampton. It was amazing to see all the companies creating and developing sustainable products and businesses.

We are thankful to the event organisers for our prime position in front of the main entrance, it kept our team busy all day.

HB550 Mill Size Baler Installation
MC14BL Mobile Compactor with Bin Lift
MC14BL Mobile Compactor with Bin Lift
MC14BL Mobile Compactor with Bin Lift
MC14BL Mobile Compactor with Bin Lift

Enhancing Waste Management: The MC14BL Mobile Compactor with Bin Lift


We are excited to introduce the brand-new MC14BL Mobile Compactor with Bin Lift, an evolution of our trusted MC14 Mobile Compactor. This innovative model offers the versatility to lift various types of bins. It’s designed for businesses facing the challenge of managing substantial general waste without having the space for larger waste management systems. Recent shifts in transportation and other costs have led even smaller businesses and sites to recognize the advantages of waste compaction.

the MC14BL mobile compactor partially weleded

The Challenge

Our standard MC14 Mobile Compactor, with a length of just 4.4 meters, was created for businesses with limited space. The challenge with the MC14BL Mobile Compactor was to keep it compact while retaining a spacious skip. Due to its smaller size, simply adding a bin lift system would have caused the MC14 to tip forward when lifting heavy bins. This posed risks to operators and could damage the compactor. Traditional bin lift systems with a single flap door created a large loading hopper, which reduced skip space while necessitating a large opening for bin emptying, to reduce spillages.

The Solution

To overcome these challenges, we took a fresh approach and undertook a complete redesign of the MC14BL Mobile Compactor, focusing on the bin lift. The frame was redesigned to provide better support for the weight and stresses the bin lift creates, drawing inspiration from our larger mobile compactors. We reinforced the front panels with additional thickness and bracing to ensure they could withstand the stress of the bin lift over many years. A more substantial frame was used to minimize flexing caused by repeated lifts.

We explored various door options, including bifold and trifold doors, in an effort to maintain dimensions close to those of the standard MC14. However, these mechanisms proved to be too complicated and less reliable. Therefore, we opted for a larger hopper and a standard hinged door and extended the compactor’s length by 250mm to ensure reliability. All design changes were meticulously tested using our 3D rendering program, enabling us to identify and resolve potential issues before any metal was cut.

Before applying the final paint, a test lift was conducted with a transport truck to ensure the compactor’s stability. Although it exhibited a slight front-heavy tendency when lifted, there was no risk of tipping while in the air. Nevertheless, it became apparent that the footprint was too short for safe transportation. An easy solution was implemented by adding extra framing to lengthen the footprint to fit securely on transport trucks.

A 3D rendering of the final design of the new MC14BL Mobile Compactor wth Bi Lift
A 3rendering f the new MC14BL with the bin lift in the up position.
The extension we needed to add to the footprint to ensure the new MC14BL wouldn't slide round the back of the truck

Key Benefits

A 3D redering of the new MC14BL
A side view of the new MC14BL in the workshop
Front view of the new MC14BL whilst it was in the workshop

The presence of a compactor with a bin lift offers advantages to most businesses and sites that employ large bins for waste collection and movement. Many of these locations grapple with limited space, rendering larger waste management systems impractical. Using the MC14 Mobile Compactor eliminates the need for manual waste transfer from bins to the compactor, leading to time and labour cost savings. Furthermore, it reduces the number of required uplifts, resulting in significant cost savings. Additionally, our energy-efficient system decreases the carbon footprint by consuming less energy compared to traditional transport methods.

The standard MC14 Compactor can achieve a compaction ratio of up to 4:1, depending on the materials. The MC14BL Mobile Compactor with Bin Lift is designed to deliver similar performance. In practical terms, a 14-yard skip would typically hold around 1 ton, whereas our compactors can enhance this capacity to 3-4 tonnes per skip.

The Road Ahead

We are committed to maintaining open communication with our partner, ensuring regular updates on weights when emptying the MC14BL Mobile Compactor with Bin Lift. Routine servicing will allow us to identify signs of wear and tear and gather operator feedback, which has so far been positive. This information will serve as a guide for future improvements as we continue to pioneer in waste management.

Front view of the new MC14BL with the bin lift up whilst on our workshop
The new MC14BL on the back of the transport truck
Another view of the new MC14BL on the back of the transport truck

Compaction Catch Up September 2023

Welcome to the September 2023 edition of Compaction Catch Up, our monthly update on how the business is doing. We aim to show off our production capabilities and our superb team.

Black MC32W Wet Waste Mobile Compactor
Compaction team enjoying a BBQ

Our Marketing team, Waste Management Specialists, Steve and our Sales Director, Sian all had a meeting to discuss how to enhance our already well-received site visits at The Workshop and introduce something new for returning visitors.

Keep an eye on our socials for updates.

Compaction team enjoying a BBQ

Whilst everyone was here Steve decided that it was a good day for a BBQ. And that’s when the rain started!

We all moved inside and enjoyed the food as well as catching up with colleagues that we rarely see face to face.

Our 3D designer, Mark, has already started seeing the benefits of optimising his design system. We were asked to create a concept drawing for 2 compactors to fit where access was limited.

His design calls for the compactors to sit side by side and be loaded from a dock. But with the limited room to manoeuvre the dock can only be accessed through one gate.

3d render of a side by side SC3000 Static Compactors

We have been looking into adding more branded merchandise for use at trade shows and for our teams to use (if we don’t show ourselves off then who will?). We are expecting to get our first batch of A5 notebooks in early October, we are excited to see them.

Bright red SC3000 Static Compactor
Bright red SC3000 Static Compactor
Collage of static and mobile compactors installed during September 2023

Compaction Catch Up August 2023

Welcome to the August 2023 edition of Compaction Catch Up, our monthly update on how the business is doing. We aim to show off our production capabilities and our superb team.

Our Marketing and Social Media Assistant Kevin got married to his beautiful wife Roberta on the 1st of September. They chose to get married in Perișor, Romania near to Robertas home town.

Everything went smoothly and everyone is looking forward to seeing the photos and video to come out in a few weeks.

Steve and our Waste Management Specialists have been busy getting ready for the BIG Sustainability Expo at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton in October. We will have an outdoor display as well as stand 79 indoors, where our team will most likely be found eager and ready to chat.

Our 3D artist Mark has spent the past month glued to his chair simplifying his design process by taking advantage of his developing knowledge and productivity improvements in his latest Solidworks Software.

We are sure once completed this will speed up our design step and get it to production quicker whilst keeping the high build quality we pride ourselves on.

Our person that normally does the research and writing for our newsletter had the month off to get married so we have nothing here this month. We hope you have been able to enjoy some of the good weather and have some BBQs and outdoorsy fun.

The beautifully painted pair of MC32BLs we completed and installed this month.

Compaction Catch Up July 2023

Welcome to the July 2023 edition of Compaction Catch Up, our monthly update on how the business is doing. We aim to show off our production capabilities and our superb team.

Compaction Catch Up July 2023. A series of photos of balers that have been installed in July 2023.
Compaction Catch Up July 2023. A rendering of a new spec sheet.

The marketing team is working on updating the spec sheets so they contain the latest information, as we continually improve all our balers and compactors.

We are sure they will become an invaluable and informative touchpoint for prospective partners.

Our Marketing Assistant Kevin and his fiance Roberta completed the Pretty Muddy Race for Life in Southampton, raising some much-needed cash for Cancer Research. Unfortunately, a disease both are familiar with.

Compaction Catch Up July 2023. Our Marketing assistant and his fiance at the finish line of the Cancer Research Pretty Mudder.
Compaction Catch Up July 2023. Our 3d artist and director designing a bespoke bin lift system for a static compactor.

Our team’s 3D artist has recently upgraded his computer to support the latest version of Solidworks. Together with Steve, they are currently updating various baler and compactor designs while also working on bespoke systems that have been requested. One of their current projects involves designing a special bin lift for a unique style of bin. We are sure they will become an invaluable and informative touchpoint for prospective partners.

July saw the hottest day on record for the planet with an average world-wide temperature of 17.01 Celcius, beating the previous record of 16.92 in 2016. Numerous countries have experienced severe heat waves that have resulted in numerous fatalities and wildfires. We are glad we are doing our part to reduce our and our partners’ impact on the environment.

Compaction Catch Up July 2023. Image of a black baler and a mc32 mobile compactor halfway through paint process.
HB450 we installed at a left tech services company
compaction catch up july 2023. image of workshop withdifferent coloured balers
Our new van for our engineer Ashley

Compaction Catch Up June 2023

Welcome to the June 2023 edition of Compaction Catch Up, our new
monthly update on how the business is doing. We aim to show off our production capabilities as well as our superb team.

Some of you may have already noticed we have a new website. Our previous one was overdue for an update.

We will be using the new website to keep all our clients both, future and current, up to date with important developments within the business as well as within the wider industry of recycling and waste management.

We featured in Manufacturing and Engineering
Magazines latest issue (see the full article HERE).
Our article delves into the mind of our director Steve Mason and his vision of how manufacturing should be done. We weren’t quite cover model ready but we did get mentioned on the front cover!

May was a quiet month across the industry with all the bank holidays giving people plenty of time off and many taking the opportunity for holidays, but things have sped up again in June.

  • Our solar panels at Verwood workshop produced 9.9MWh this month, bringing our total production this year to 34.43MWh.
  • We had a malfunction with some of our programmes that affected the Operation and Sales Teams with us being unable to access most of our programs for daily work. This was quickly resolved by our IT department and by the following day we were all back on track.
  • We have kept our engineers busy with 18 balers and compactors being installed this month.
  • The Operations team have continued their slow march towards a completely paperless office with turning our paper-based filing system into a digital filing system. It’s going to be a long process to go through all our customers files with an estimated completion date of mid-2024.
  • The Workshop in Verwood received 4 groups of visitors to meet the team and check out our production line.