We're dedicated to doing what we can to improve our environmental practices at Renewable Parts; whether that be through recycling and reusing packaging, or the use of harvested rainwater in our parts wash bays at our Refurbishment Centre. So, when the opportunity came through from Zero Waste Scotland for some of the RPL team to attend their Green Champions Training live event we jumped at the chance to participate.
We’re absolutely delighted to announce the appointment of our first modern apprentice, Ethan Glencross. By happy coincidence, this announcement coincides with National Apprenticeship Week 2019!
This month in our "Meet The Team" blog series we interview Tom, our Technical Sales Manager.
At Renewable Parts we're experts in supplying parts and consumables to the wind industry so our warehouse routinely handles everything from gloves and greases, to filters, specialist tools, gearboxes and other major components; but this morning's delivery of an entire wind turbine was a novel one even for us!
Last week several of the Renewable Parts team took a trip to to Denmark to visit some of our key customers and suppliers. As part of this visit Tom visited the Vestas dedicated Blade Repair Shop in Skjern. We loved seeing the pictures from his tour, so thought we'd share them with you.
After taking a short break in January, our "Meet The Team" series returns. This month meet our marvelous marketeer Hannah as she discusses her split role within RPL and why she joined us.
We thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to meet with our local MP, Gavin Newlands (SNP) as part of his tour of Westway Park this week.
In a landmark decision, Renewable Parts become the wind industry’s first SME to secure Zero Waste Scotland funding for a circular economy project.
An article focused on the Scottish wind industry; looking more specifically at the Renewable Parts' academic partnership with the University of Strathclyde as facilitated by Interface.
Originally posted by the Scottish Funding Council 07/01/2019
Interface - The knowledge connection for business is a central hub connecting organisations from a wide variety of national and international industries to all of Scotland's universities, research institutes and colleges.
The following case study was conducted by Interface and focuses on Renewable Parts and their facilitation of our academic partnership with the University of Strathclyde.
With over 20 years experience in wind turbine maintenance and parts supply, we have the technical expertise to help you reduce costs whilst maximising availability levels.
Renewable Parts Ltd,
Westways Business Park
Renewable Parts Ltd,Old Ambulance Station,School Brae, Lochgilphead,Argyll, ScotlandPA31 8LE