The paper sack specialist has boosted its green credentials by taking delivery of one of its new Volvo XC90s, with a second due to arrive later this year.
This follows a £230,000 investment in the solar farm last year, moving the company further towards environmental sustainability.
Now the Horncastle-based company will use electricity generated from the solar farm to power the twin-engine hybrid Volvos.
In total the company has now invested more than £350,000 in environmental technologies at the site.
Mark Spivey, managing director, said: “It is very important for the business to develop its environmentally sustainability because it makes us more cost effective and minimizes our impact on the planet,” he said.
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