Kamps, Inc. acquires Greenway Products & Services, LLC.

GRAND RAPIDS, MI, December 28, 2021 – Continuing to expand its presence in the Northeast region, national pallet recycler Kamps, Inc. (“Kamps”) acquired Greenway Products & Services, LLC (“Greenway”) on December 27. Greenway is a full-service pallet recycler and new pallet manufacturer with three asset-based facilities in the tri-state area. The acquisition of Greenway strengthens Kamps’ existing footprint in the North East and builds on the company’s core mission of providing customer-centric pallet solutions nationwide.

Based in New Brunswick, New Jersey, Greenway was born out of a 2015 merger between two regional pallet recyclers: Pallets Unlimited and Generated Ltd. The merger has created a single, full-service pallet recycler with leadership that retains over 65 years of combined industry experience. . Leveraging the capabilities of both companies, Greenway quickly grew to become the largest pallet recycler in the tri-state area. Greenway has two locations in northern New Jersey and one in Baltimore, Maryland. Greenway employs 225 people and operates 250 trailers. All employees, including the management team, will remain on board.

“Greenway has been a great Kamps partner for many years. Their uncompromising service and dedication to excellence has aligned our businesses. Kamps, Inc. President Mitchell Kamps said. “Together we now have 7 sites in the North East region to serve our local, regional and national customers. Greenway has a proven track record of launching entirely new sites, such as the Baltimore, Maryland site. For these reasons, and many more, we look forward to expanding our horizons in the North East with this exceptional team.

“We are very happy to be part of the Kamps team.” According to Greenway President Dominick Davi “Greenway has become one of the largest pallet recyclers in our region. With Kamps we can be even better for our customers. Kamps’ national presence will benefit many of our local customers who have other locations in the United States.

Greenway Co-Founder Anthony ‘Tony’ Fabrizio said: “Kamps and Greenway are similar in our philosophy that customer service is most important in increasing growth. Joining Kamps will increase the diversity of our services to our clients.

The acquisition of Greenway follows a series of strategic investments made by Kamps this year, with a total of six acquisitions completed in 2021. Kamps views growth in 2021 as an investment made in the name of the success of its customers. “At Kamps, we are redefining the pallet industry by delivering the value of a comprehensive national network through our specific brand of local, customer-centric service. Said Kamps, Inc. CEO Bernie Kamps.

With the addition of Greenway, Kamps now has 48 asset-based locations across the country. These sites recycle more than 200 million pallets per year, while offering complete packaging solutions. Kamps’ national operations are supported by 3,000 employees and 4,700 trailers.

About Kamps, Inc.

Kamps, Inc. is a national, full-service pallet company that has been providing innovative pallet solutions to customers since 1975. Kamps specializes in providing high quality recycled pallets, new custom pallets and comprehensive recycling services from pallets to various supply chains across the country. With over 400 partner locations in its pallet network and 48 asset-based locations, Kamps is the national leader in customer-centric pallet solutions.

To learn more about Kamps, Inc., visit https://www.kampspallets.com/

Green Lane Products and Services, LLC.

Greenway Products & Services is a pallet manufacturer and pallet recycling company. The organization specializes in repaired, refurbished and new custom pallets. In addition to a strong pallet division, Greenway also provides mulch products. With three locations in the tri-state area, Greenway supports supply chains in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Delaware.

To learn more about Greenway’s products and services, visit https://greenwaypsllc.com/


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