RSS Infrastructure awarded contract to supply labour for Speedy Hire29/08/2018
RSS Infrastructure, one of the UK’s leading providers of infrastructure services, is delighted to announce that the company has been awarded a contract to supply Speedy Hire, the UK’s leading tools, equipment and plant hire company, with temporary labour for its rail depots located in Sheffield, Crewe and Newport.
As part of the labour agreement, RSS Infrastructure will be one of 4 nationwide suppliers delivering both Cembre and Robel Operators as well as providing personnel trained in MK4, Triple Wacker, all clipping machines and CBX.
“We wanted to work with a supplier that could support us with our requirements, as well as those of our customers. RSS Infrastructure were chosen as one of our preferred suppliers based on their experience within the Rail sector, and their focus on innovation, safety and efficiency which fits well with Speedy’s own vision and values.” said Angela Tague, Head of Supply Chain (Indirects), Speedy.
“This labour supply contract will cement the company as a key authority within the sector as it moves into its next phase of operations following its successful re-launch from Rail Safety Solutions to RSS Infrastructurewhich, through strong governance and leadership, has diversified its service portfolio from mainly Track Warning Systems and Safety Critical Labour into a number of new markets, including Vegetation Management, Track Access, Welding, OLE, Signalling and Construction/Civils, each with a strategic focus on delivering world-class customer service and outstanding levels of safety and performance for our clients.
The success of this contract is founded on a strong relationship with Speedy Hire and demonstrates our continued ambition to offer clients a service package that meets their needs both today and in the future. Through this partnership, the company will ensure continued growth within this sector as well as securing work for our workforce and is testament to the company’s ability to deliver trained and skilled personnel who are experts in their fields.” says Keith Price, Chief Operating Officer.