Frantic Orders as Companies Emerge from Lockdown
From an intensive period during early spring supporting the NHS and the emergency services in their battle to contain the Covid-19 pandemic during lockdown, Luton depot has now taken up the challenge of assisting companies and schools emerging on the other side keen to get back to work.
These included new garden services company requiring an office base, a car driving experience company that needed an outside office for driver administration and safety briefings, a double classroom for more pupil places at a Catholic School, further units for a car hire company and the first ever marketing suite for an electric car brand in Brent Cross.
In addition, several more units went to a local hospital for additional Covid testing labs and a complex of units for a dairy processing firm to enable expansion.
And, as winter looms, the public’s annual dose of joy and glamourous ‘dance mania’ resulted in more units for studios for the BBC’s production of Take Two and Strictly Come Dancing.
Luton Manager, Dannielle Williams, said: “We are all systems go! The popularity of our units across all sectors has been astounding and we’ve risen to all challenges and delivered for customers when situations have been unpredictable, turnaround time has been short and utilisation, on the whole, is very high.
“Plus we had an emergency disaster call from a school affected by flood damage and we had a two week response time to provide a double classroom and washroom facilities.
“It has been incredibly busy and challenging but also very rewarding helping companies to move forward.”