Shed Grounds Maintenance, a premier provider of landscaping and facilities management services, is delighted to announce a significant achievement in their partnership with Scania, a world-leading provider of transport solutions. Shed has now expanded its services to cover an impressive 30 sites across various locations for Scania since their first successful collaboration in 2017.
Since securing our initial contract with Scania, we have continuously demonstrated our commitment to excellence in delivering exceptional and reliable outdoor maintenance services, including grounds maintenance, building cleaning, tree surgery and winter maintenance services. Through our dedication and expertise, we have grown our relationship with Scania, earning their trust and confidence.
Scania is renowned for its global presence, with operations spanning over 100 countries and a workforce of approximately 54,000 employees. The company has built a solid reputation as a leading provider of sustainable transport solutions, delivering cutting-edge products and services to meet the evolving needs of the transportation industry.
Scania specialises in the production of heavy trucks, buses, and engines, striving to lead the shift towards a sustainable future. The company places a strong emphasis on reducing emissions and improving fuel efficiency, making significant contributions to the industry’s environmental sustainability efforts.
“We are thrilled to have reached this significant milestone with Scania,” said Peter Botham, our Managing Director at Shed. “It is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our team, as well as the strong partnership we have built with Scania over the years. We are committed to providing them with exceptional outdoor maintenance services as they continue to lead the way in the transport industry.”
Reaching 30 serviced sites is a statement of the excellence of our work and the robustness of the partnership with Scania. We take immense pride in upholding Scania’s commitment to a greener future by caring for their outdoor areas and offering guidance on biodiversity solutions for their properties.
Julie Dispaine, Lead Facilities Manager for East and Central Regions at Scania UK, said: “At Scania, we pride ourselves on Driving the Shift towards a better future, which includes respecting the environment and limiting our impact.
Which is why our relationship with Shed is so important. They are always looking for solutions to help us lessen our impact, which has included the creation of habitats for our birds, bees, and insect communities.”