It was more than 10 years since his last visit and Gary was impressed with how much bigger the company had grown and the level of automation and efficiency within the plant. He visits many local factories and particularly noted the level of organisation and professionalism across Bandvulc’s.
Following the tour we took him through an RMA presentation about the impact of Chinese imports on the retread market, which was of great interest to him. We then discussed various options to support UK retread production and he agreed to join a wider group of MPs meeting at Westminster on the 27th February to discuss this further.
We’re driving home for Christmas! Our main office will be closed from 5pm on Friday 21st December and we’ll be returning at 8:30am on Wednesday 2nd January. Please be aware our fleet services remain operational 24/7 365 days a year. From all of us here at Bandvulc, we hope you and your loved ones have…More +
Conti360° Fleet Services celebrated the official opening of its newly rebranded suite of offices on the 12th December, following a 2-year integration project to bring everything under one roof at Bandvulc’s Lee Mill site. Opening the event Bandvulc Managing Director Arthur Gregg took the opportunity to praise staff for their hard work in making the…More +
Neil Davies has been appointed as the new Commercial Fleet Sales Manager for Continental Tyre Group. In his new position, Neil will take responsibility for the Sales Team at Bandvulc, supporting the ongoing integration of the Bandvulc brand with Continental Tyres. The role will include implementing fleet business strategies for both the Conti360° Network and…More +