More People Who Care….

It’s not only Danielle and Carol who have gone the extra mile during November our thanks also go to

Voices into Actions resizedBen Capewell and Rob Johnson who demonstrated great customer service for the Asphalt business by reacting quickly to a break down at Salford Coating Plant on an out of hours job into Trafford, Manchester. Ben and Rob were called out at 8.30pm. Between them they mixed 60tns while the bearing was replaced on the conveyor belt at Salford which kept the customer happy by still supplying the Asphalt needed to keep the job running smoothly.

Simon Dyson, Martyn Robinson, Team Leaders; Dan Wilkinson, Contract Fitter and Mick Howard, Contract Electrician for Readymix Northern, Cluster 7.  They were let down by their joiner at the last moment when they decided to upgrade the Halifax batch cabin. Everything had been put in place such as booking the fitter and electrician and organising the closing of the Plant for three days, the team mentioned above rose to the challenge and started the upgrade.

Following every panel they took off the story got worse.  The batch cabin had deteriorated a lot more than anyone had thought but the guys were not put off by this and with a lot of hard work they managed to get the Plant batching again within the three days.

Carl Milton, Logistics Manager; Ronnie Simpson, Haulage Capacity Manager, and Aman Kundi, Submissions Coordinator, for preparing and running the company wide seatbelt campaign.  The team worked tirelessly in the lead up to the campaign week to ensure the materials were ready and distributed to all parts of our operations.

Mark Renshaw, Readymix Plant Supervisor, Northern Readymix, Cluster 7.  Mark Renshaw will step in at every opportunity. He has helped Cluster 7 with the roll out of  POTS which has allowed us to have a consistent standard across the area.  Mark has also helped to develop the very tricky self levelling concrete at Chesterfield which has tested every one of the team at times!