Merritts regularly carry out of over 100 projects per month, providing specialist machinery moving, lifting, installation and storage services to the world’s leading manufacturers. Here is a selection of some of the projects carried out during last month.
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Merritts regularly operate heavy machinery moving projects out of standard working hours and can also accommodate night and shift working as well as weekends for moves that are time and/or production sensitive.
Our article outlines the important health and safety technical details for anyone considering a heavy machinery moving project.
The purpose of the PUWER regulations is to ensure that those using and working with equipment and machinery, such as employees, employers, contractors, traders and anybody who could possibly have access to equipment or machinery in a workplace, does so in a safe working environment.
Whilst some will be looking forward to a well-deserved break during the Easter shutdown period, a busy production manager will be tasked with coordinating the installation of new machinery or the improvement of operational efficiencies.
East Midlands Business Link Magazine recently sat down with our Owner and Managing Director, James Merritt to get his 2019 business predictions.
Merritts have announced a rise in both revenue and profits in accounts filed for the financial year ended June 2018 following the appointment of new Finance Director Alan Cundy.
Merritts has 60,000 ft² of internal warehouse space serviced by overhead cranes, and a further 80,000 ft² of external storage space. This enables us to offer manufacturing businesses and machine tool specialists the opportunity to use our facilities as a base from which to carry out heavy machinery refurbishment and maintenance.
Joseph Merritt Group Plc has announced plans to invest £1.4 million in heavy machinery transport and lifting equipment as part of an ongoing strategy to expand services across the UK.
Merritts Machinery Movers are pleased to announce the appointment of Russell Taylor as the companies’ new Contracts Manager.