The Nationwide Handling workshop has been frantically busy in the last quarter and everyone has worked immensely hard to ensure all the serviced pallet trucks, repaired manual stackers plus LOLER/PUWER Thorough Examinations have run smoothly and gone out on time. .
Despite the bad weather and high winds in Scotland, Norie has maintained a high level of service to our customers. With many pallet trucks, electric stackers, lift tables and scissor lifts to repair and maintain
Norie has still managed to arrive on site to tend to his customers’ requirements servicing their materials handling equipment. So congratulations to Norie who was the Engineer of the Month for November!
December is always a busy time for our engineers with so many pallet trucks, manual and powered stackers, lift tables and high lifters to service and repair. With a limited amount of time to complete all the services and breakdowns it can mean some early starts and late finishes for the
engineers. We are proud to announce that Phil McGuire was our December engineer of the month!
Finally, the January Engineer of the month is Max London. He has made a very good start to the year as he has worked extremely hard on maintaining high quality workmanship and keeping up our high level of service to our customers. Due to his attitude to working, Max has proven himself a very competent engineer and an essential part of Nationwide Handling field service force.