September 2011 sees Euroway complete its 17th anniversary and the Leighton Buzzard based company has recently undertaken a number of significantfinancial investments in developing its current commercial vehicle operations in line with its future business plans.
New key members of staff, new fleet management services, and new investment in its DAF service and repair dealership, together with the introduction of an updated and more modern corporate identity that includes a revamped and proactive website, are all part of a strategic review of the Euroway business recently completed by the company.
Robert Oliphant and Lee Johnson, in the positions of technical director and fleet service manager respectively, have recently joined Euroway bringing with them substantial expertise as both operators and service providers in the commercial vehicle sector, adding to the strength of the management team at Euroway.
Earlier this year, Euroway DAF completed its move to a new and more spacious dealership location in High Wycombe, providing customers with a more comprehensive range of service and repair facilities, from a new site with far easier access to the M40. This is been followed up with the recent announcement that Euroway DAF is opening its VOSA approved ‘Authorised Testing Facility’ (ATF) at this site with effect from mid September 2011.
As part of the its Vehicle Management Division, Euroway will shortly be launching its next-generation of FleetSure fleet management services. The uprated fleet management scheme will include a number of new and exciting additional fleet services that build upon the proven success of the company’s original FleetSure programme launched several years ago and now managing over 2500 assets nationwide.
Completing the business investment for 2011 has been the introduction of a new corporate identity across all the operating companies within the Euroway group. The changes can be seen on the latest Euroway website www.eurowaygroup.com, which has also undergone a significant design and functionality update, in line with changes to the corporate identity initiated by Euroway.
"The commercial vehicle market today is considerably more challenging than at any time in our 17 year history. This year we undertook a detailed strategic review of our business that highlighted the strengths and future direction for the company and as a result we have undergone this investment programme to ensure the company continues on its successful path of steady business growth. The changes and new initiatives that we have introduced in 2011 are all part of these plans to ensure that Euroway continues to offer its customers the most comprehensive and innovative range of commercial vehicle services currently available," said Justin Lochhead, managing director, Euroway.