The BBC sent out an S.O.S, we received their message in a bottle, and we didn’t have to involve The Police! We recently worked with the BBC’s DIY SOS to create a mobile workshop for their TV show. The Big Build concentrates on radically transforming the houses, and lives, of people who have fallen on
Edström was founded in 1958 in Sweden and has been at the cutting edge of developments in the van racking industry since then. They have a head office in Stockholm and an installation centre in Corby, meaning Edström is well known across Europe. “Flexibility and simplicity are our watchwords. We provide one of the most
We contacted Avon and Somerset Police with a Freedom of Information request. Before Christmas, we sent a Freedom of Information (FOI) Request to Avon and Somerset Police asking for the number of crimes reported in Bristol where the crime was categorised as ‘theft from a motor vehicle’ and the items taken were reported as ‘machinery
The fantastic Hubb Systems van racking has been added to our website. The family owned, Redditch based company is a manufacturer of metal racking solutions for commercial vehicles. With nearly 20 years’ experience, they know the ins and outs of the market and have used their in-depth knowledge to develop some brilliant racking products along
Male grooming brand Hawkins & Brimble has launched its Barber Lounge, a niche mobile barber experience offering grooming treatments to event guests or company employees. They asked us to help create the mobile barber shop in a Mercedes Sprinter they had recently purchased. Working closely with the brand, and to their tight specifications, we
We’ve recently added the fantastic Armorgard TrekDror range to our website. Here’s a rundown of the products Armorgard’s TrekDror range of lockable steel tool drawers are robust and designed for smaller spaces, such as under a shelf or between wheel arches. Available in three different sizes and stackable, TrekDror offers the ultimate in versatility
Recent research by the Federation of Master Builders (FMB) has shown that more than three-quarters (83%) of builders have fallen victim to tool thieves in the past ten years. That’s a massive increase of over 30% from similar research by the same group last year. Key findings from the report include: More than three quarters
It seems cat thefts are on the rise, and it’s not just vans and commercial vehicles under attack. Thieves are targeting more and more modern cars. In the 6 months from January to June 2019 alone there were 2,894 catalytic converter thefts in London reported to the police. That’s almost double the number reported in
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