FMG set for Tow Show return
Fleet incident specialists FMG are set to showcase their best practice vehicle recovery techniques in a popular outdoor demonstration taking place at the Professional Recovery ‘Tow Show’.
FMG manages over 220,000 incidents per year and together with their recovery partners will demonstrate their significant experience in the safe and timely recovery of stricken vehicles following incidents.
Show Director Paul Gregory said: “The All Industry Display is one of the highlights of the Tow Show, as the best in UK recovery is demonstrated to the world. The Tow Show is where manufacturers and suppliers to the recovery industry from across Europe, meet to showcase best practice and discuss innovations within the sector.”
Jim Dawson, Head of Networks at FMG said; “We are delighted to continue our involvement in the Tow Show, demonstrating the high calibre of our network and the vast range of vehicle types we are able to recover. Our recovery partners work to exacting professional standards including NHSS 17 and institute of vehicle recovery (IVR) modules, which means we can co-ordinate a safe and efficient emergency response when multiple parties are involved.”
FMG is the Highways Agency’s National Vehicle Recovery Manager and manages specialist vehicle recovery schemes for a wide range of public and private sector clients including SIG, Police Forces, HM Customs and NHS Scotland. Vehicle recoveries can range from vehicles involved in crime, multiple vehicle pile-ups and breakdowns in dangerous locations.