Envirorod Invests In Mini Cam
Whale Added to Fleet
Due to significant workloads, Envirorod have taken the decision to add a Gulley Whale to their fleet of vehicles. This unit will add versatility to the already impressive capabilities of their fleet and allow for better repsonse times when required. Commercial director, Adam Oliver said "after careful consideration, we felt this was the correct time to increase our fleet size to ensure our customrs requirments could be met".
Three New Additions
Due to a new framework being awarded, Envirorod have welcomed three new engineers in order to cope with the workflow. Two jet vac drivers and a jet vac assistant will see the capabilities of the firm increase and allow for additional workloads to be sourced. Managing director, Callum Oliver said "growth is always good, but to see growth assisting in our service delivery and improving our response times is a always a welcome factor".
Reaching New Heights
After significant market research, Envirorod have made the decision to invest with Mini Cam in their proteus lite CCTV unit. Manging director, Callum Oliver said "the proteus equipment seemed to us like the right choice, its versatility is perfect for us to be able to offer our clients the service that they need when they need it." This follows significant investment made by the company in the last 12 months and clearly demonstrates their commitment to achieving their goals.
After a significant increase in workload for their access division, Envirorod have shown their commitment to grow within the industry with the addition of another cherry picker. Divisional director, Mark Oliver said "this equipment adds to our capability and therefore adds to the capacity of works that we are able to tender for. Exciting times lie ahead for us."