Posted on 15th Aug, 2019 by Charlotte Coop
We are please to announce our further expansion plans by strengthening their southern support services network. Together with industry specialist Munihire we unveil our plans to add a purpose-built service centre in Horsham, Surrey.
Steve Hurd VT’s MD shares his expansion plans “We have a historically strong partnership with the team at Munihire. They are leaders in their field and have been at the forefront of safety for many years. Over the years our collaboration with Munihire has resulted in numerous awards, most recently the Chairman’s Awards for Excellence in Safety at the Highways England award. Our new plans are a natural progression for this partnership to strengthen our coverage in the south.
The company’s alliance will provide the southern region with a state-of-the-art workshop with the latest diagnostic equipment and manufacture trained technicians will carry out the installations and repairs of Vision Techniques innovative vehicle safety systems.
Lawrence Webster Munihire’s Operations Director commented “Service and maintenance are key priorities for us, all our vehicles meet the highest safety standards, our workshop caters for the full spectrum of vehicles specialising in road sweeper repairs. Our technicians have been working with VT products for many years and makes sense for us to work in partnership with Vision Techniques”
The new service centre will provide installation, service and repairs for vehicles within the waste, highways and construction sectors across the southern region by a team of qualified engineers. For more information call 01254 679 717
Posted on 10th Mar, 2017 by Dominic Benabda
Vision Techniques had a very successful day at the Labyrinth Safety Circle event showcasing their rollaway prevention system BrakeSafe.
Posted on 2nd Nov, 2016 by Dominic Benabda
For the first time ever, Vision Techniques are attending the Euro Bus Expo at the NEC. BrakeSafe it taking centre stage on stand F76. As well as attending the Freight in the City show on stand P1.
Posted on 11th Mar, 2015 by Jonathan Peach
If you operate or provide public transport, you’ll know about the risks that face not only your staff, but passengers too.
With anti-social behaviour still common on public transport, it’s important to take measures to deter such behaviour and draw up policies and procedures should an incident occur.