IRVING, Texas--()--Driveline, the largest non-broker merchandising services agency in the country, announces today that it has entered into a two-year agreement with SunClean, LLC, a Women Minority Business Enterprise, to serve as its exclusive installation agent for the SunClean 150® Solar Intelligent Waste and Recycling System.
“We expect this program to ramp up quickly”
According to the terms of the agreement, Driveline associates will install SunClean 150 compaction equipment across the United States. Driveline will also provide preventive maintenance, emergency repair and advertising film application to deployed and active units.
“We expect this program to ramp up quickly,” said Randy Wilson, chief executive officer at Driveline. “Our national network of field managers and employees, combined with our exclusive project management tools, makes Driveline uniquely qualified to deploy the support SunClean requires.”
The solar-powered, cordless design of SunClean 150 Compactors allows them to operate virtually anywhere, eliminating the costly trenching/wiring required for conventional compactors. In addition, the new compactors provide sensing and real-time reporting of the amount of trash in each unit. With this intelligence, operators are better able to deploy collection resources, addressing hot spots before they become problem areas and avoiding wasted time on unnecessary trips.
“SunClean, LLC has tremendous confidence that the Driveline-SunClean partnership is perfectly aligned to deliver an innovative, environmentally focused product to locations around the country,” said Franklin Cruz, SunClean’s founder and chairman, and Janis Jason, president and COO.
Driveline will install SunClean 150 Compactors in virtually every retail channel format, including gas/convenience, grocery, drug, mass and specialty, as well as hospitals, schools, business improvement districts and public venues. The company currently anticipates rotating advertising films – including swappable messaging panels and factory-made wraps – multiple times each year, in addition to the contracted maintenance activities.
“This is a unique opportunity for the Driveline team,” Wilson said. “Our agreement with SunClean will expand our field labor activities into new channels beyond our traditional retail offering, while also giving the company the opportunity to support an innovative organization that is focused on bringing new value and technology to the market.”
Irving, Texas-based Driveline is the largest non-broker merchandising services agency in the country. The company’s core capabilities include merchandising services, retail consulting and delivery of retail technology solutions. For more information, visit www.drivelineretail.com.