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Lee is welcomed as Used Sales Executive at Greenhous Commercials.

Lee is welcomed as Used Sales Executive at Greenhous Commercials.

Greenhous Commercials in Wolverhampton has a new Used Truck Sales Executive in Lee Christian. Lee brings with him many years of experience in the motor industry starting with the tyre trade. This led him to entering commercial leasing where he attained experience in Vehicle maintenance, workshop control and warranty work.

  • Edd sets his sights on becoming a Master Tech at Greenhous Ford.

    Edd sets his sights on becoming a Master Tech at Greenhous Ford.

    It is always heartening when you come across a young person who has the drive and ambition to succeed at the highest level, and that is certainly the case with Edd Phillips from Guilsfield. Edd is a vehicle technician at Greenhous Ford in Newtown and he has just achieved his Diploma as a Ford Powertrain Specialist from the Henry Ford Academy – the first stage on his route to the Masters award.

  • Royal Air Forces Association 100th Anniversary Project Token visits High Ercall.

    Royal Air Forces Association 100th Anniversary Project Token visits High Ercall.

    A token bigger than the Olympic relay torch was delivered to Shrewsbury & District Branch of The Royal Air Forces Association (RAFA) on Saturday the 28th of July 2018. The Token is part of the Wales, Midland and Southwestern Area 100th Anniversary of the Royal Air Force Project entitled “Building the Royal Air Force and Buying 2 WWII Spitfires”. This token is one of three being relayed around 85 RAFA branches and local RAF units in the three areas.

  • The Nissan Intelligent Mobility Test Drive. BOOK NOW!

    The Nissan Intelligent Mobility Test Drive. BOOK NOW!

    You are invited to experience Nissan Intelligent Mobility with a special 45 min test drive introduction to the Nissan Qashqai ProPILOT One Edition* on the 18th or 19th of August!

  • Stewart digs into the past to see his future!

    Stewart digs into the past to see his future!

    After a long and successful career in management accountancy, Stewart Brown is literally putting on his boots and picking up his trowel to engage on the next phase of his career as an archaeologist! A long held passion for anthropology and the discovery of historical artefacts at archaeological digs has led Stewart to taking up a post graduate diploma in archaeology at UCL this September.

  • Greenhous Vauxhall help keep D B Roberts on the move.

    Greenhous Vauxhall help keep D B Roberts on the move.

    In a relationship that has lasted well over 20 years, D B Roberts have just taken ownership of four new Vauxhall cars from Greenhous Vauxhall of Telford. Established in 1964, D B Roberts has eight branches across Shropshire, Staffordshire and the West Midlands including in Shrewsbury, Telford , Cannock and Wolverhampton.

  • Chris hailed as an outstanding parts person.

    Chris hailed as an outstanding parts person.

    Chris Langford works in the Parts Department of Greenhous Commercials in Wolverhampton. He is delighted to have been awarded the Regional Outstanding Parts Person award from DAF for his contributions to the very busy Greenhous DAF parts enterprise.

  • World Cup  pays off for two Greenhous Commercials employees.

    World Cup pays off for two Greenhous Commercials employees.

    Greenhous Commercials in Wolverhampton staff joined in the DAF National predict the scores in the World Cup competition. Darron Pryce and Mark Hill are obviously experts in the field of predictions as they were placed in the Top 10 out of 500 entrants.

  • Greenhous pick-ups star at One Day event.

    Greenhous pick-ups star at One Day event.

    The South Shropshire Hunt Pony Club put on a One Day event held at Berriewood Farm, Condover, Shrewsbury on Sunday 8th July 2018. Ponies and riders took part in dressage, cross country and show jumping on a very hot summer’s day.

  • Great Barr & Erdington Cycle Club London2Brighton 2018

    Great Barr & Erdington Cycle Club London2Brighton 2018

    The Greenhous VW Van Centre at Bilston, near Wolverhampton were approached by Phil Morris, on behalf of the Great Barr & Erdington Cycle Club, to see if they could have the loan of vehicle to help as back-up for their cycle teams participation in a charity cycle event from London to Brighton.

  • Mat receives his 25 year gold watch at Greenhous Fleet services.

    Mat receives his 25 year gold watch at Greenhous Fleet services.

    Celebrating with his colleagues is Mat Brindley who has notched up a magnificent 25 years with Greenhous.

  • 25 years of service to Greenhous is rewarded.

    25 years of service to Greenhous is rewarded.

    Long service to any business is something to be celebrated and Christine Ward, Fleet Sales Account Manager at Greenhous Fleet Services has achieved her 25 year milestone.

  • Greenhous Golf day is a huge success.

    Greenhous Golf day is a huge success.

    The annual Greenhous staff golf day took place at Hawkstone Park Golf Course on Saturday, 7th July. It was an early tee off time for the golfers as the TV in the clubhouse was booked for 3pm to show England’s success in the World Cup Quarter-Final against Sweden.

  • Football is coming home at Greenhous.

    Football is coming home at Greenhous.

    The nerves are a jangling, the expectation is increasing as England prepare for their titanic struggle against Croatia to secure a place in the 2018 World Cup final. In a fitting tribute to the England manager, dapper Andrew “Gareth” Burgess and fleet team members from the Greenhous Village at High Ercall put on their fluorescent waistcoats to support the England push for glory.

  • Harley flies at 100 miles per hour with no wings!

    Harley flies at 100 miles per hour with no wings!

    Harley Duffy thought little of his chances to win a competition set by Greenhous Ford of Newtown on their Facebook page. Just like and share they said with the opportunity to enter into a draw to win an experience of flying the world’s fastest zip wire, Velocity, at the Penrhyn Quarry in Gwynedd.

  • Rosalie takes on a Mountain Biking challenge.

    Rosalie takes on a Mountain Biking challenge.

    If you are looking for a hobby then why not take up cycling off road. That is certainly what Rosalie Newcombe from Bishop’s Castle did, and she is now into Mountain Bike racing!

  • Malthouse Engineering renew their DAF fleet through Greenhous Commercials.

    Malthouse Engineering renew their DAF fleet through Greenhous Commercials.

    With three sites across the UK offering flame cutting and Lumsden grinding of steel plate, Malthouse Engineering are the largest independent company in their field. With over 100 staff and a capability to store over 2,000 tonnes of steel at any one time and they pride themselves on a quality of product and a quick turnaround of order to delivery.

  • Paul takes on the 3 Peaks competition supporting the Harry Johnson Trust.

    Paul takes on the 3 Peaks competition supporting the Harry Johnson Trust.

    The challenge of climbing the three highest peaks in Scotland, England and Wales within a 24 hour period attracts a lot of fund-raisers. On June 28th/29th Paul Herbert, Senior Management Accountant at Greenhous will don his walking boots alongside his wife Mary to climb Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon along with a host of others in an organised team event.

  • Blood biker Neil leads the Bike 4 Life ride out with celebrity riders.

    Blood biker Neil leads the Bike 4 Life ride out with celebrity riders.

    Each year there is a ride out of thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts from Meole Brace in Shrewsbury to RAF Cosford in aid of the Bike4Life initiative which was raising funds for the Midlands Air Ambulance. This time the Shropshire, Staffordshire and Cheshire Blood Bikers were honoured to be invited by organisers, the Midland Free Wheelers, to lead off the massive procession of motorcycles.

  • Amy steps into the Fleet world with her new role at Greenhous.

    Amy steps into the Fleet world with her new role at Greenhous.

    Changing carer direction is not something which has phased Amy Kilburn. Amy, who is from Shrewsbury and attended the Wakeman School, qualified at the Shrewsbury College of Arts and Technology as a Hair and Beauty specialist, something which she returns to in her spare time. After leaving college she spent a period working in clothes and jewellery retail outlets before taking up a position as a service advisor at a garage in Wem.

  • Jack eyes up an ambitious future with Greenhous

    Jack eyes up an ambitious future with Greenhous

    Although Jack Darlington is at the start of his career with Greenhous as a Fleet Sales Administrator, he is keen to progress and hopes that his new role will be the foundation for an exciting career in the automotive industry.

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