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Parle Skip Hire in ADMINISTRATION

Inform everybody who currently have skips from us full or empty we have gone into administration at 9am this morning.

We are unable to collect skips or deliver skips untill a administrator has been appointed.

so what happens to the ones

so what happens to the ones that already full

Hi, anyone know of other

Hi, anyone know of other skip hire firms, I need one badly to clear garden and rubbish from building work. Was going to hire one a few days before the news broke about Parls.

Feel so sorry for the poor guys who have been layed off. More unenployment in the Valleys,

Hope someone will manage to sort somthing if only for the workers, and of course myself cos I need one badly before Spring

P & G Skip Hire Llwydcoed

P & G Skip Hire Llwydcoed 01685 878209

I seem to remember this sort

I seem to remember this sort of thing happening before with a bin company. I think we had postings on here a few years back about it.

Are there too many "Cowboys" operating that industry in Wales.?????

Makes one wonder.

Thanks soo much for that

Thanks soo much for that number, Hopefully I wont be in a queue, I really thought that parls was the only skip hire in the valleys. thanks again

Someone has e-mailed me

Someone has e-mailed me asking the question below
I'm trying to find out who's handling Parle Skip Hire. Can you help?

Can anyone help?

Below may be of interest to workers who have lost their jobs

Venture Finance shows Parle Skip Hire the green light for growth

Sep 9 2009
Premier Invoice and Asset Based Lender Venture Finance has provided mid-Glamorgan-based Parle Skip Hire with a 750,000 Confidential Invoice Discounting (CID) package to enable the company to achieve its growth ambitions. The package also came with a 100k Government's Enterprise Finance Guarantee (EFG) loan, and has already led to the creation of 15 new job opportunities locally.

Founded in December 2004, Parle Skip Hire was formed from the purchase of BMH Skip Hire and Stephen Parle Skip & JCB Hire by Elwyn Jones, a high-profile businessman within the Aberdare & Merthyr Tydfil construction industry. The company offers waste management, recycling and plant hire services to domestic and commercial clients.

With the Welsh Assembly seeking to drive their green agenda by supporting businesses operating within the environmental sector, Mr Jones identified an opportunity to strengthen his business' position in the local marketplace as well as demonstrate its commitment to the environment. To do so, however, he required an injection of investment. As with many business in the current economic environment, their situation meant that access to growth capital was not possible within their current facilities.

Although Parle Skip Hire already had an overdraft facility in place with its bankers, the company sought a lender that could provide flexible funding to ensure on going working capital and the EFG to provide the additional investment the company needed to move the business forward. On the advice of David Whiteman, a Corporate Financial Advisor who works closely with the firm, Parle Skip turned to Venture, who wasted no time in understanding the business's needs and implementing a robust and responsive solution.

Furthermore, Venture's package complements Parle's existing funding facilities and has provided the solid grounding Jones needed to achieve his growth ambitions.

Venture's flexible funding solution has meant, Parle Skip Hire has been able to purchase a 40,000 sq ft unit on a 15-year lease in Neath. The new site will generate additional sales revenue from skip hire, gate fees and income from recycled materials, as well as create 15 new jobs - five of which have already been filled. The Confidential Invoice Discounting facility has given the company the ongoing working capital it needs to build the business and the EFG facility provides manoeuvrability to support further expansion.

David Whiteman, Parle Skip Hire Financial Advisor comments: "Venture's response to Parle's challenge bears witness to their reputation as a premier lender to businesses. The fact that they were in a position to offer the EFG alongside Confidential Invoice Discounting was a decisive factor in completing the deal. They are one of the few lenders who have a track record offering EFG loans, providing us with the financial flexibility to grow still further."

Elwyn Jones, Owner of Parle Skip Hire comments: "Without Venture's rapid and considered response, our new unit in Neath and the 15 jobs we have created would not exist. Nor would we be able to make a contribution to the betterment of Wales' environmental sustainability. I'd like to think that is just the beginning though. We now look forward to employing more staff and continuing to build on our recent steps forward."

Kelvin Thomas, Regional Director, Venture Finance comments: "In these challenging times, it is refreshing to be able to shout about a success story. Elwyn and the Parle team deserve credit for responding to the opportunities offered by the Welsh Assembly's green policies. We will always try to support a company that has a strong business plan and it is highly rewarding when you start to see that plan become a reality.

"Parle Skip Hire has big ambitions and they are certainly heading in the right direction."

About Venture Finance - www.venture-finance.co.uk

Venture Finance is an award-winning premier independent Invoice and Asset Based Lender, established in 1989. Venture was the first independent invoice financier to offer Asset Based Lending (ABL) in the UK in 1990 and was the first authorised independent invoice financier to provide the Government's Small Firms Loan Guarantee Scheme, lending almost 20m to clients over its 10-year life. It is now active in the new and improved Enterprise Finance Guarantee scheme.

As part of the ABN AMRO group and ultimately owned by the Dutch Government, Venture Finance is a solid and dependable funding partner for business. The company's award-winning service has already helped thousands of businesses, from start-ups through to 150m organisations, providing reliable finance tailored to individual client needs. Venture Finance handles almost 4 billion in client invoices every year, through 250 staff in 11 regional offices.

Factoring and Invoice Discounting are core services for the business. They both release ongoing working capital back into client businesses, based on the value of outstanding invoices and other assets. Versatile funding services both are ideal for clients needing to manage cashflow, refinance or restructure, fund business opportunities, purchase new machinery, merge with or acquire a new business or expand operations. Both can be combined with Bad Debt Protection to shield against unpaid invoices.

About the EFG:
The EFG was introduced in January and improves upon the Small Firms Loan Guarantee (SFLG) scheme. This Government-backed business loan is designed to help established, viable companies secure additional funding or working capital, and through Venture businesses can raise anything from 25,000 to 1 million with the EFG.

http://www.creditman.co.uk/uk/members/news-view.asp?newsviewID=10494

A brand new dedicated

A brand new dedicated recycling centre is set to open to meet the needs of Cynon Valley residents. The centre has been funded through grants from the Heads of the Valleys, Welsh Assembly Government and the council.

The new centre will be located a few hundred yards away from the existing Bryn Pica landfill site in Llwydcoed (on the former Parle Skip Hire site) and will result in improved access for residents as they will no longer need to wait for queuing lorries unloading at the tip.

The new facilities will cater for all recycling needs, including white goods, cardboard, clothing, plastics, light fittings, wood, glass, metal, engine oil, fluorescent tubes, plasterboards, old toys, paint, tyres, old tv’s and lots more. There will also be a reuse store so that anything which is reusable can be and this will dovetail into the new WAG Sector Plans for reuse.

The new centre is manned, like all sites across the County Borough and the attendants are happy to advise residents on recycling and assist them in disposing of their household material.

The centre will be open Monday – Sunday 8:00 to 19:30 from April – October and Monday – Sunday 8:00 to 17:30 from November – March.

This new centre will make recycling easier for Cynon Valley residents as the site is dedicated to their needs and based on our awarding wining Ty Glantaf site. They will no longer need to queue behind lorries before they can access the site and we have improved on the space available.

“The facilities on offer across Rhondda Cynon Taf mean there is no excuse not to recycle. From dedicated recycling centres to food and dry waste recycling from your door, Rhondda Cynon Taf Council has got it covered.”

For further information on the new site or Bryn Pica call 01685 872835.

get the gypo's in

get the gypo's in

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