• WFC go to Recovery World
    for a new Beavertail

    Sean Ryder founded WFC Service Centre in Norwich during 2002 and has steadily built it into a thriving automotive service centre that offers a wide range of services including vehicle maintenance, repair, MOT and breakdown recovery. Sean has 3 breakdown vehicles and a service van to handle the work of his private customers and those […]

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  • Jungle

    Following on from “the article” in the Telegraph which I have not read, as the Sun is the newspaper of choice in this locality, but I have got the gist of it. I must firstly congratulate Steve Smith for his excellent summary of the situation. He has done what many other people ought to do […]

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  • A Week in

    I have always been involved answering the telephone and taking calls since the business was knee high to a grasshopper, but recently because my Senior Controller took the liberty of taking 10 days holiday I was left manning the helm and everything associated with it. In some ways I should not have been taken aback, […]

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  • Recovery World vehicles upgrade Dynes recovery fleet

    Dynes Auto Services with their head office at Crayford, Kent have been established for nearly 70 years and are well known for their range of automotive services which include recovery and vehicle movement. They have recently been reviewing their recovery fleet to ensure they have the right mix of vehicles, of the right age and […]

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  • ERRI appoints new chairman

    The European Rescue & Recovery Initiative (ERRI) has appointed Derek Firminger FIVR as chairman following the resignation earlier this month of former chair Mark Crawley. Derek has been member of the ERRI committee since its inception in 2010 and has worked tirelessly over the last few years, along with other committee members, to gain commitment […]

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  • Mick Featherstone, Wallis Motors and Salvage

    It is with great sadness that we report the death of LARO committee member, Mick Featherstone earlier this month. Mick had a wealth of knowledge in the recovery and transport industries and his sense of humour and depth of character will be deeply missed by everyone that knew him. The funeral will be at 1pm […]

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