Although the pandemic is not yet over, this year will see The Forshaw Group embrace a large-scale ‘2021 vision’: a post-COVID-19 operational, financial, and social commitment.
Our company’s ambitious plan will revolutionise our economic aims in the distribution, integration and equality of wealth, the rebalance of the environment, and enhance our essential digital interconnectedness required to meet our aims and targets.
The same great service
The past 12 months have been difficult for all businesses. However, throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, The Forshaw Group has continued to provide a full emergency, urgent and essential works service. This has been achieved whilst ensuring the continued safety of our staff and customers and adding positive value in this difficult situation.
Supporting our staff
The company recognises the importance of supporting local people and businesses for the well-being of the industry and the wider community.
Liam Hanlon commented: “Following a recent annual review, we are delighted to announce that The Forshaw Group has retained its accreditation against Investors in People. We are committed to the attainment of the Gold Standard ‘We Invest in People’ framework.
We have also maintained our Lloyds ISO 9001 Quality Management System, and carefully applied the environmental principles of ISO 14001 for the training, development and management of our staff across the company.
In the past year, our staff numbers have increased to nearly 100 employees. This is in part due to our acquisition of the neighbouring warehouse, which has created more new jobs for the people of Knowsley.
Building connections in the digital world
The Forshaw Group has been furthering ways to improve our processes and procedures through our 2021 vision, with new technological developments and enhanced digital integration. The aim is to revolutionise our specialist niche in the utility management and insurance repair market by working closer with global insurance brands.
The Forshaw Group is also committed to reducing its carbon footprint through our 2021 vision environmental measures and our Smart-Carbon protocols for the benefit of our people, community and planet.
We will roll out Phase II of our ongoing Re-Imagine Project this year, embracing the positive principles of the World Economic Forum roadmap for The Great Reset.
We are also proud to have opened new premises in Manchester and North Wales, which will in turn reduce travel distances for some of our staff and movement of materials.