Multevo deliver turnkey supply chain partnerships to local authorities and tier 1 contractors nationwide, including highways, civils, arboriculture, vegetation and traffic management, and entered their 12th year of being the sole UK distributor of the popular range of Multihog equipment.
Over the course of 2022, their ‘committed to communities’ ethos allowed Multevo to successfully complete 39 social value projects including becoming the first gold patron of Youth Zone Darwen, providing resource and labour support to renovate the garden at Barnabas Community Church, and sponsoring local Telford bantamweight boxer Liam Davies.
In addition, Multevo’s dual-fuel hydrogen and HVO highway maintenance machine, the Hydrovo, made waves with Glasgow City Council becoming the first UK local authority to adopt the equipment for road repairs and winter maintenance. The machine also won the LCRIG Innovation category for Fleet and Equipment at the Innovation Festival held in the summer.
Their ‘turnkey’ approach to service delivery resulted in 373,457 square metres of permanent road repairs being completed, supporting the likes of Shropshire Highways, Hampshire Highways and Amey. The success of these partnerships allowed Multevo’s workforce to grow to over 200 operatives working nationwide to support the UK’s network.
Nick Leadley, Director at Multevo comments: “Reflecting back on 2022 fills us with pride. We wouldn’t be where we are without the dedication of our employees including our frontline teams who go above and beyond each day to ensure we provide the best possible service to our customers.
Giving back to the local communities we serve, investing in the development of our employees, and sustainability will continue to form a key part of who we are as a business. Thanks to each and every person who continue to support Multevo and our vision.”