This week, SYNETIQ has opened a new site in Charlton, making it the only business in its industry with a site in Central London.
The new location is the second that SYNETIQ has opened in the last month, following the successful launch in Aldershot, Hampshire in late March.
Located next to the Metropolitan Police compound, the Charlton site is designed to increase SYNETIQs ability to support key workers even further – throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. SYNETIQ works with many of the UK’s Police forces, handling the compliant disposal of vehicles on their behalf.
The business was recently praised for its efforts to support clients, many of which play a vital role in society. A spokesperson from the Metropolitan Police described SYNETIQ as a “business-critical operation with paramount importance to us.” Mike Carey, Deputy Head of Vehicle Recovery & Examination Services at Metropolitan Police, went on to say: “We cannot underplay the importance of SYNETIQ’s work and the impact this has on our operational capabilities.”
Continued investment and growth have been at the top of SYNETIQs agenda since the business was born in March 2019. The new half-acre site will offer increased storage and processing capacity, and opportunities for more efficient delivery routes, strengthening SYNETIQs total UK coverage.
Richard Martin, Managing Director of SYNETIQ said:
“We’re really happy with the new premises that we have negotiated. This will help us to be even more efficient and make sure we can not only exceed our client SLAs but create room for our business to continue to grow.”
SYNETIQ Ltd was created in March 2019, following the successful merger of four well-established businesses.
As the largest UK owned salvage and vehicle recycling company, SYNETIQ creates intelligent solutions for some of the countries’ leading insurers, fleets and police forces. SYNETIQ are trusted to process vehicles through auctions, green parts, and recycling processes and is also a provider of software and VRM data solutions.
SYNETIQ has seen significant growth since the merger and is now pushing raising industry standards in compliance, innovation, value and customer experience. In November 2019, SYNETIQ acquired Motorman, a St Albans-based mechanical services provider.
Headquartered in Doncaster, SYNETIQ has over 590 employees at locations across England and Scotland.