MG Scaffolding continues to increase its market share with larger premises despite the COVID-19 lockdown.
MG Scaffolding (Oxford) Ltd has posted another successful trading year for 19/20 as they continue to expand.
Established in 2002 the NASC members opened their third depot in Rowley Regis, Birmingham in 2018 to run alongside its two established depots in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire and Banbury, Oxfordshire.
Due to the success of the depot and increase in turnover, the firm has told ScaffMag its Birmingham depot has relocated to larger premises in Brierley Hill to service its ongoing and new clients.
MG Scaffolding (Oxford) Ltd has become one of the largest independent stockists of scaffold equipment, resourcing high profile projects in the Midlands and throughout the South of England.
Since the COVID-19 government lockdown rules eased, the business has secured new projects in all three depots, which has helped the business plan for the short term future in these difficult and uncertain times.
The firm has said it directly employs a workforce of around 100 CISRS scaffold operatives and continually invests in training to deliver the best services possible for its clients.
Carl Fallon, Managing Director of MG Scaffolding (Oxford) Ltd puts the success of the business down to the management’s teams in place at each of the depots and the skills of the workforce whom many have been with the business since the early foundation years of establishment and growth.
“If we did not have the effective management teams in place who we have to put our trust and faith in, we would not be able to implement the disciplines and controls our industry requires in delivering our services,” Carl said.
“Having said that we also require our scaffold teams to deliver the safe systems of works we are renown for and this requires a positive professional attitude in working to the highest standards that give our client base the confidence to use and rely upon our services.”