You may have noticed that over the last few months we?ve been rolling out our brand new logo and image. It?s a mammoth task to update all of our machinery with the new imagery and we?ve been phasing this in as and when machinery and vehicles are available.
Part of this branding drive is this newsletter itself based on the desire to keep our clients updated and informed with all aspects of MAC Surfacing.
Constantly looking to bring young, talented people into the industry, we have recently taken on two apprentices to add to our surfacing teams.
When it comes to providing critical maintenance for our plant and equipment, we have expanded our service department, bringing the number of plant and HGV mechanics to five. Located at our head office in Tipton they are ideally situated to be able to attend to any call-out or emergency throughout the UK.
Not content to rest on our laurels when it comes to investing in new machinery, we are due to take delivery shortly of a further two new JCB 3CX Streetmasters to assist with our aim of reducing the risk of HAVS (Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome) across our business units.
Our new logo has been emblazoned on two new Volvo wheeled P6870C pavers to add to our hire fleet earlier this year as well the addition of three new 1.5 metre planers. This brings our total planer fleet to nine offering a selection of 1 metre, 500mm and 350mm planers. As the planing division continues to grow, we have invested in a brand new Johnston Sweeper on a Scania unit, this comes with drawbar trailer meaning lower transportation costs for you.
After successfully passing Stage 1 of the National Highways Sector Scheme 16 Accreditation: Laying of Asphalt Mixes, we are due to be assessed for the final stage before the end of the year, which upon successful completion will enable us to expand our services further. Developed in conjunction with all parts of the highways industry and the United Kingdom Accredited Service, the certification is designed to provide an industry benchmark and to give assurance to clients that standards are being consistently applied.
When accidents involving vehicles occur on our road network it almost always results in the need to respond quickly, not only to attend to the injured but to also repair the surface of the road in order to keep the traffic flowing efficiently, preventing congestion and further potential accidents.
At the heart of the West Midlands motorway network, we can be contacted 365 days a year, 24 hours a day to mobilise labour, plant and transport to assist with your emergency demands.
MAC Surfacing Director Marc Copson is undergoing a gruelling training schedule for charity this September, as he steps into the boxing ring to make his debut fight hosted by Wolverhampton White Collar Boxing.
Unfortunately Cancer hits many people harder than they, and their families can take, and MAC Surfacing believe it is now it?s time to hit back. On Sunday 27th September, Marc is stepping into the boxing ring for the first time ever to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
Communication is key when ensuring that you are one step ahead of your competitors and at MAC Surfacing Limited, they understand that time is precious knowing that every second counts if a contract is to be secured. As part of their MACPLANE division a new dedicated Road Planer hotline has been launched to help with a speedy decision.
MAC Surfacing Limited are excited to offer a new quick and easy direct booking service for road planer hire. MACPLANE pride themselves on offering the best planer hire equipment, a division of MAC Surfacing that can deal with all your cold milling/planing requirements
The last 11 years have seen MAC Surfacing Limited grow from a small hire company with mini pavers into a one-stop supplier of road surfacing hire equipment. Based in Tipton within the Black Country the family run company has undergone a refresh to bring their brand image in line with the company?s vision.
Established back in 2004 MAC Surfacing Limited has since expanded its business to become a nationwide supplier to the road surfacing industry offering a complete package including pavers, planers, transport and ancillary equipment along with supplying labour ? the complete ?One Stop Supplier? service.
What is CSR? Corporate social responsibility or most commonly known by the acronym CSR, is a form of corporate self-regulation that is integrated into the operation of a business that aims to further some social good beyond the interests of the company. Becoming popular in the 1960s businesses across the globe have embraced the opportunity to give something back to local communities or charitable projects overseas to provide a moral or ethical stand point.
Our Commitment Most companies have implemented some form of corporate social and environmental responsibility into their operation with the broad goal of simply contributing to the wellbeing of the communities and society that they affect and on which they depend.