2016 set to be another busy year for Loomis Special Services
While 2015 was a hugely successful year for the Special Services team, 2016 is set to be an even bigger one for the ultra-specialised division of cash management provider Loomis UK.
With over 5,000 unique services performed in 2015, the team were responsible for delivering more solutions than ever before and rose to meet the complex challenges of their most diverse range of requests yet!
From transporting a million pounds for ITV’s Daytime competition, collecting the cash takings from multiple festivals and concerts for Volt or supporting J&S Bars at the Willow Festival, the Special Services team have developed unique solutions for an even wider array of customers with a whole assortment of needs.
Adept at creating bespoke solutions for the safe collection, transport or storage of high value items, the Loomis Special Services team work with financial institutions, events organisers, retail clients and those in many other sectors.
In placing a global network of resources at customer’s disposal, Loomis provide secure, efficient, and tracked services that are completely insured – that means customers also gain that priceless peace of mind, which comes with every Loomis solution.
Playing a fundamental part in the development of these solutions, and in the day-to-day operation, is Matthew O’Neill.
Matthew has worked at Loomis for over 6 years in a number of co-ordination roles, and joined the Loomis Special Services team early in 2013.
Looking back at 2015, Matthew commented, “2015 was a great year for the team and wholly because we were totally committed to providing customers with the service they expect and we consistently delivered the secure, reliable, and discreet service that kept them coming back - time and time again.”
“2016 will be an even better year for us, primarily because of the work we did in 2015 to develop the team, our infrastructure and the relationships we developed with our customers.”
“With this continued investment and developed efficiencies, Loomis Special Services have even more bandwidth than ever so anyone in need of support should reach out and find out just exactly what we can do for them”, Matthew added.