KK Balers help Vision Engineering See the Benefits of a Baler

Vision Engineering approached KK Balers for a solution to their excess of cardboard waste. They manufacture unique ergonomic stereo microscopes, digital inspection and non-contact measuring systems. Engineers and scientists worldwide use Vision Engineering’s high-quality systems for a wide range of magnification, inspection and measurement applications in industrial, materials and life science markets. Renowned for pioneering…

KK and Water Wellbeing helping the Environment

Water Wellbeing Ltd has two operational trading companies. Edgar’s Water and Wellbeing People. Edgar’s Water supplies water coolers, bottled drinking water and fresh fruit deliveries throughout the UK to any organisations that needs to hydrate their workforce. They operate over six sites and are distributing throughout the UK via 100 fleet vehicles. The original bottling…

KK Crushes Monumental Sculpture

KK Balers help Kraft E.L.S deconstruct Christo’s temporary sculpture in Serpentine Lake, Hyde Park The London Mastaba was a temporary sculpture designed by world renowned artist Christo and comprised of horizontally stacked barrels on a floating platform in Serpentine Lake, Hyde Park from June 18 to September 23, 2018. KK Balers supplied the installation and…

Travis Perkins Minimise Waste with KK Balers

KK Balers recently supplied two KK Minimisers to long-standing customer Travis Perkins plc for internal operations at their headquarters in Northampton. Travis Perkins plc is the UK’s leading supplier of building materials and one of the largest suppliers to the UK’s building and construction market. The company can trace it roots back to 1785, and…

Cherry Valley Farm – Mill Size Baler

BESPOKE KK500 MILL-SIZED BALER KK Balers were asked to visit Cherry Valley Farm in Lincolnshire to investigate problems they were experiencing dealing with huge volumes of feathers which were being produced within the poultry factory. They had been using an old waste baler in an attempt to reduce their volumes which in turn created problems…