Shropshire hosts a number of long established companies and the Tudor Griffiths Group can boast over 140 years of business in the county. The family run TG Group are providers of a range of construction industry services. These include the delivery of aggregates and concrete across north and west Wales, Shropshire and Cheshire. They also have a large scale waste transfer station at the Ellesmere site where there is also a quarrying operation. A skip hire service is available from the waste service site.
Peter Griffiths is the managing director of the family run business PG Skips of Wem. Peter started the company in 1989 with a single Bedford TL860 truck and 23 skips. The company has expanded significantly and now has a fleet of 9 skip trucks with over 600 skips, and three refuse collection trucks and over 1200 Eurobins for trade waste, out in Shropshire.
The Telford based Greenhous Nissan staff have been involved in a Workplace Presentation Programme for the 100% electric Nissan LEAF in partnership with Nissan Motor (GB) Ltd. This took place on a visit to Schneider Electric in Telford to give staff the opportunity to learn about and experience electric driving. The market for plug-in vehicles has quadrupled in 12 months - but many people have lot of questions about electric driving.
What better vehicle could a company that specialises in cutting edge renewable energy technologies be seen to drive than an all-electric vehicle? That could certainly be the case for Oswestry based company Geogen as they recently had a Nissan ENV-200 all electric van on trial from Greenhous, the automotive company.