Taziker has made significant investment in the growth of the business by expanding its fleet of commercial vehicles, while also moving all company cars to electric.
Multi-disciplinary engineering specialist Taziker recently added a mixture of Euro 6 compliant Ford Transit Connects and Customs to its fleet, with more vehicles due to arrive by the end of the year. This is Taziker’s first phase of investment into commercial vehicles following positive financial results, with more investment planned in 2023.
Steve Corcoran, CEO, Taziker said, “Our vehicle fleet is an important asset to the business and investing in these high value assets proves our level of commitment to further growth. These new vehicles provide our people with smart, safe and reliable vehicles so they can travel to site and carry out their work with positivity and professionalism, in the knowledge that they are trusted and valued members of the team. Investing in their ‘tools of the trade’ is really important for employee satisfaction.
“I’m very pleased that we are in a position to expand our fleet to accommodate our growing business, and our positive financial results this year give us confidence for the future. I hope to report on an even stronger position next year.”
In addition to investing in their commercial fleet, Taziker has also committed to moving to a fully electric company car fleet going forward.
Steve adds, “This ambitious move supports our commitment to decarbonise the business, reduce our impact on the environment and the communities we operate in and around, whilst aligning with the objectives of our clients to reduce the embedded carbon impact from our operations. We strive to deliver on our aspirations to become carbon neutral by 2035, and actively make changes in the business which improve the environment.”
Operating throughout the UK, Taziker has been awarded a number of high-profile projects over the last couple of years. This includes track replacement for the Big One Rollercoaster; roof refurbishment at Bristol Temple Meads station; and a National Grid contract for the provision of industrial services.
Recent figures released show that trading in the year ending 31st March 2022 was up more than 30% on the previous year, to in excess of £73m. Gross profit increased by £3.5m to £15.5m.
Taziker has thrived throughout the Covid pandemic winning more work and diversifying their operations. Continued investment will provide further growth potential and generate further employment.