Garic attends leading Rail and Highways event

Garic, the leading supplier of welfare facilities and plant to the rail, infrastructure, construction, industrial and utilities sectors, headed to the Midlands to take part in SafeStart19 earlier this month. The exhibition which was held at Stoneleigh Park, National Agricultural Centre near Coventry focussed on promoting safety and innovation across the rail and highways industries.
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Garic continues to drive site servicing to a new level

During the last year, Garic, one of the country’s most innovative and forward-thinking suppliers of site welfare facilities, accommodation, plant and equipment, has continued to reinvest in all aspects of the business. This has included the replacement of its full fleet of welfare vans, the launch of its new rail division and the opening of
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Garic win big at the Bibby Giving Something Back Awards

The Bibby 2018 Giving Something Back awards took place last week and Garic won big! Leon Massey- Outstanding Innovative Idea Award for his work with Simply Cycling this year. Garic- Outstanding Team Award for all the dress down days, team events and tuckshop, in total raising £9000 for charity this year. The awards take place
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CN Specialists finals here we come

Garic is celebrating the fantastic news that it has been shortlisted for the Construction News 2019 Specialists awards. As one of the UK’s largest plant and welfare facilities suppliers, Garic is absolutely delighted to be through to the construction industry’s equivalent of the ‘Oscars’. Shortlisted in the Equipment Specialist of the Year category, Garic is
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20 years in and still learning

Loyal Garic staff member Leon Massey puts his longevity with the company down to the fact that there is always something new and interesting to get involved with. Since he joined the company back in 1998 he has seen many changes not only with his own role but across the company too. When Leon started
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Garic’s New Rail Division is selected for Awards Final

Garic is delighted to announce it is a finalist in the Supplier & Contractor Excellence category of the Rail Business Awards. The company, which is one of the UK’s largest suppliers of plant and welfare facilities to the construction, energy and infrastructure sectors, only launched its specialist rail division in January 2018. The new division
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Garic West Thurrock Depot Opens

Garic officially opens £1.5m West Thurrock depot

Garic has just officially launched its new London Service and Distribution centre at West Thurrock. The company, which is one of the UK’s leading manufacturers and suppliers of plant and site welfare facilities, hosted a series of open days at the depot for customers and staff. Commenting on the opening Garic Managing Director Colin Hotchkiss
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Garic growth leads to strategic appointment

Bury-based Garic, one of the UK’s leading suppliers of plant and welfare facilities, has appointed a new Head of Strategic Sales as the business continues to grow. Scott Armstrong, who has 20 years’ experience in the construction, infrastructure and rental related industries, has joined the company with the remit to head up the national key
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A view through the lens lends an insight into life at Garic

During the summer months, Garic, one of the UK’s most innovative suppliers of site welfare products has been busy producing something a little different to plant and equipment. The company has been the subject of a ‘lights, camera, action’ project all of its own. The result is three fabulous videos which have now been launched
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Cycling charity turns Garic container into a cafe

A cycling charity based in Greater Manchester has finally been able to update its much needed cafe facility thanks to the adaptability of a Garic 40’x10’container. Simply Cycling, which offers bike hire to cyclists of all abilities, is in its fifteenth year and its old facility based in Wythenshawe Park had become run down, mouldy
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