30 July 2012

WRM invests in new liveried vehicles

 

Wincanton Records Management (WRM) is pleased to announce the arrival of their new fleet of vehicles with a newly designed livery, on hand to service their customers throughout the UK and Ireland.

 

The newly acquired vehicles are a sign of WRM’s continual commitment and investment in new innovations as the demand for their services grows. As well as directly replacing vehicles, the new fleet now contains a greater mix of vehicle type to support their clients changing needs. With the impact of the snow over recent years, many of the new vehicles are also 4WD.  This will ensure that WRM continues to maintain regular service through these difficult weather conditions with records being delivered safely.

 

The new fleet comes with a newly designed livery that complements the brand refresh of the company that started with an overhaul of their website in April this year. The new vehicles have a sleek silver finish, with contact details and a brief description of some of the services WRM offers on the sides.

 

David Woolley, Development Director of WRM, comments: “One of our core values at WRM is to shape our services around our customers’ needs and the introduction of the enhanced and newly designed liveried vehicles are a direct response to feedback we received from our customers.  We are operating in an increasingly pressurised marketplace and it’s important that we continue to innovate and respond to the changing demands of our clients.  We started with the introduction of all wheel drive vehicles during the winter last year and are introducing two mobile shredding vehicles this year, so the new liveried vehicles were a natural next-step to ensure our transport services remain unrivalled in the industry.”

 

The new vehicles will be equipped with the highest standards of security, including temperature-controlled sealed containers, dual key starting systems and GPS tracking devices. WRM is also gearing up for the Olympic games that are just around the corner, ensuring a stringent contingency plan is in place to deal with the additional traffic in the capital and to help maintain an uninterrupted service to its customers.

 

WRM has ten state of the art records management centres across the UK, storing more than 20 million documents in total, ranging from criminal records to world war reconnaissance photographs. They provide a full end-to-end service that manages and cares for records from creation through to destruction, and every step in between.

Posted on 30 July 2012

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