SYNETIQ Ltd., a forward-thinking salvage company, has become Doncaster Chamber’s newest patron member.
SYNETIQ is dedicated to doing the right thing by the environment, conducting its automotive salvage, dismantling and recycling business in a way that is more environmentally friendly and does not cost the Earth.
The business works with clients, including leading household car insurers, to deliver financial and environmental returns of policyholder vehicles. It also helps everyday consumers make cost-effective and more environmentally friendly repairs through high quality, second-hand car parts, known as “green parts”.
SYNETIQ has a storied history in Doncaster, with deep-rooted origins that can be traced all the way back to 1939, when Sydney Martin first established Doncaster Motor Spares. After being rebranded as Motorhog, the dismantling and salvage specialist later merged with Car Transplants, DH Systems and Fab Recycling in 2019 to form SYNETIQ.
Since then, the company has gone from strength to strength, growing its business, achieving Silver Carbon Literacy status, and winning the Green Business of the Year accolade at the Doncaster Business Awards 2021.
With significant achievements in the two short years since the business’ inception, and a bright future ahead for new owners IAA, Inc. (NYSE: IAA), Doncaster Chamber is incredibly proud to have the company as a new patron member.
For context, these patrons are identified as key anchor businesses and employers within the Doncaster borough. By becoming patrons, they have entered into an exclusive relationship with the chamber, one that comes with a suite of benefits and signifies a commitment to working closely together.
Reflecting on this, Dan Fell, Chief Executive of Doncaster Chamber, said: “We are thrilled to welcome SYNETIQ as our latest patrons. A leading innovator within the field of sustainability and recycling, this trailblazing company brilliantly exemplifies the cutting-edge and fiercely determined entrepreneurial spirit that is at the heart of Doncaster’s best businesses.
“Not only that, but they have always been a strong supporter of the Chamber’s work and deeply committed to Doncaster and its communities, we look forward to strengthening that relationship even further over the coming years.”
Echoing these sentiments, Tom Rumboll, CEO of SYNETIQ Ltd., added: “We’re delighted to become patrons of Doncaster Chamber. As a business with deep and far-reaching local roots, we’re looking forward to working with the Chamber to add value to our local community, to develop and retain skills, and to share and learn from other businesses as we continue on our innovation and sustainability-led growth journey.”
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