This article was originally published in the Bromsgrove Advertiser by Danielle Poole, 21/10/2021: www.bromsgroveadvertiser.co.uk/news/19661171.sajid-javid-pays-visit-lea…
Sajid Javid MP paid a visit to a leading Bromsgrove access hire firm that has bounced back from the pandemic.
The Bromsgrove MP was joined by councillor Phil Thomas when he visited GTAccess Limited's Bromsgrove headquarters and met with managing director Jonathan Till and director Jo Till.
The Health Secretary was given the chance to get his hands on some of the firm's newly arrived equipment as he marked the firm's growth since he became an MP in 2010.
GTAccess Limited is the country's largest independent access company and specialises in powered access platforms, growing from two depots in Bromsgrove and Gloucester to 12 across England and Wales over the past ten years.
It bounced back from the pandemic after it acquired Neon Hire in June, which added five depots in Birmingham, Brentwood, Dunstable, London and Peterborough to the mix.
The company now employs 155 staff and runs over 3,000 machines.
Jo Till said: "This is not the first time we have had the pleasure of hosting Sajid Javid, and hopefully it will not be the last."