Suddenstrike Fencing is featured in the June/July 2015 edition (issue 200) of Fencing & Landscaping News (www.fencing-news.co.uk). The article is profiling our recent success at Nantwich Agricultural Show.
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BUSINESS BOOMING FOR SUDDENSTRIKE FENCING
Business is booming for Cheshire-based Suddenstrike Fencing to the extent that the firm has outgrown its existing one acre yard in Cheshire.
Founder and MD Steve Wilkinson commented: “We’ve been at the current site for five years but have totally outgrown the premises as the demand for Suddenstrike fencing services continues to grow, we have therefore recently purchased a three acre site nearby; there’s a lot of work to be done before we can actually move in, but we are hoping to move in soon! This will allow the company to continue to expand and progress.”
It’s not just the premises that are on the move! Suddenstrike Fencing, who deliver a wide range of quality fencing services to the agricultural, equine and wildlife market, have also recently invested in a new 18 tonne beaver tail Scania wagon to be able to transport the equipment more efficiently, this adds to their existing equipment that includes two Bryce HD180 post drivers.
Steve went on: “We’re the only contractors in the UK to have two Bryce HD180 post drivers and I honestly would not be without them. They are fantastic machines that are currently working flat out on a daily basis; it is an amazing sight when on a big job you see two of them working in tandem, one putting the straining posts in and the other following up installing the intermediates.
“The majority of our business comes from within a 50 mile radius of our office where there is a lot of agricultural, equine and wildlife land that requires high quality fencing,” he added.
Steve continued “We would like to extend heartfelt thanks to all our suppliers including Jock Bryce at Bryce Suma, Allan Froggatt at Profencer, Hillary at Tornado, Jason at Hotline and Justin at KiwiKit from where we purchase our materials, tools and equipment.
“Our timber suppliers, including Balcas, M&M Timber and Hales Sawmills, who also play a pivotal role in our success and, finally, Simone from Fencing News whose advice and help in recent times has proved invaluable.
“Without the support and advice from these people, our company would not be as successful as it is today.
“Our motto is ‘the best in the field‘, this is more than just words; when you buy the best equipment from the best suppliers then it becomes a lot less difficult to deliver the best possible product, installation and service!” concluded Steve.
Cheshire CW5 6DG
Written by Ben Walton, Fencing and Landscaping News. 29th May 2015