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News » Plant » Clancy acquires Speedy’s traffic lights » published 18 Jul 2017

Clancy acquires Speedy’s traffic lights

Clancy Plant has taken over Speedy Hire’s traffic light fleet and will now act as its national provider of traffic management kit.

Under the deal, a team of Clancy Plant employees will be integrated with the Speedy partnered service team in Haydock. Clancy engineering teams and assets will also be held in Speedy’s Warrington Multi-Service Centre and Dartford Superstore, as well as at Clancy Plant’s own depots.

Clancy Plant has committed to make its full service available to Speedy 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. It will provide full traffic management services, from design, planning and installation, to maintenance and removal of temporary traffic management.

Clancy Plant director Bernie Stack said: “Our new partnership agreement with Speedy Hire is very much in line with our business growth strategy for Clancy Plant. For many years we have been lucky to enjoy a long standing business relationship with Speedy. We are excited that this new agreement will not only allow us to work even closer with a renowned company like Speedy, but to also provide a national traffic management solution to their growing client base. This is a fantastic opportunity and we look forward to realising the many positive benefits in both customer satisfaction and financial reward, which we know that this agreement will bring.”

Speedy chief executive Russell Down said: “This agreement enhances our overall traffic management offering for our customers, further improving the end-to-end customer experience. With the integration of Clancy Plant employees into our Partnered Service team, we look forward to deepening the already strong relationship we have with Clancy Plant”.

 

 

 

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This article was published on 18 Jul 2017 (last updated on 18 Jul 2017).

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