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Picture this: Wastequip’s Iredell County plant leads the roll-out-cart industry

Provided by Business North Carolina, Jennings Cool on July 1, 2022 —

Nick Daddabbo, director of product management for Wastequip. Photo by Business North Carolina.

Employees are laser-focused inside Statesville’s Toter plant. Some monitor the molding process; others imprint and assemble finished products. Inside the warehouse is loud and warm, but staffers are hard at work, creating everyday products from small, plastic pellets.

Wastequip is a manufacturer of waste-handling equipment. The company acquired Toter, including its 30-year-old Statesville plant, in 2007. 

Wastequip employs about 325 people in North Carolina, which is roughly 10% of the company’s total workforce across 47 locations in North America. The corporate office led by CEO Marty Bryant is in Charlotte’s SouthPark neighborhood, while its two plants in the state include the Statesville Toter site and Amrep, which makes garbage-truck bodies, in Salisbury. 

Two-wheel residential waste and recycling carts come in 32-, 48- and 96-gallon sizes. Toter also manufactures medical-waste carts, utility carts, bear-tough locking carts and more. Photo by Business North Carolina.

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Provided by Business North Carolina, Jennings Cool