Luton depot is building on its most successful year to date with another full order book painting a rosy picture for the months ahead.
The business has enjoyed significant growth over the past couple of years resulting in the need for another internal sales/administrator.
Rowena Sinfield has taken up the gauntlet of this new position. Rowena has previous experience in the portable and modular buildings industry and so will not be thrown by the technicalities of ‘cabin speak.’ She also has strong customer service skills and is looking forward to developing a new dimension to Luton’s already strong customer satisfaction ethos. She will be office-based on the sales support desk at Luton dealing with new enquiries and organising contract sales.
In the meantime, success on the ‘silver screen’ has continued for Luton with further orders for the film and TV production world.
With plenty of business bubbling away, Luton has continued its work within the car rental sector with new units facilitating the expansion for a major player at a prime London airport.
Still in London, with the Ahoy Centre contract now behind them, the team has worked closely with a new charitable operation on its community centre where a modular building was established. Here, level access was required to the ground necessitating the need for a partial burial of the base of the building. The previous building had been a victim of vandalism so high levels of security were required which led to the introduction of several high security features including metal blinds and CCTV.
An interesting contract for Luton has been the founding of a temporary pharmacy adjacent to a doctors’ surgery.
Manager, Neil Christie, who is celebrating eight years with Portable Offices, said: “Luton depot continues to achieve great success in both private and public sectors. We have the benefit of a highly motivated team of people who work closely with clients to ensure that their mobile building aspirations aren’t just met, but are, wherever possible, exceeded.”