MVIS expands team with Highways England signing


Following a rapid expansion in business and personnel, MVIS has appointed its first dedicated customer relationship manager.

The temporary intelligent transport system (ITS) provider has signed up Ian Lee from Highways England, who brings 15 years’ experience of the highways industry.

MVIS signage supporting the A14 scheme)

Mr Lee takes responsibility for managing MVIS’ client services operation and will also manage its new North of England depot.

MVIS' client base now numbers approximately 100 organisations with live projects including Highways England’s flagship 21-mile Cambridge to Huntingdon A14 upgrade scheme.

General manager Anne Ashman said: 'MVIS has grown rapidly since its foundation in 2012, its team expanding from four to 19, and customers now including all the major national traffic management organisations.

'Over that time, the company has steadily built a solid reputation for efficient and trustworthy service, and the appointment of a highly experienced and dedicated customer relationship manager will enable us to further enhance this offer.

'We look forward to Traffex, where Ian will be on MVIS’ stand (G025) to meet existing and potential customers alike.'

The appointment of Mr Lee is the latest development for MVIS, which earlier this month became one of the first companies in the sector to achieve ISO 45001:2018 accreditation for occupational health and safety management. The firm is also ISO registered in quality and environmental health.

For further details, please visit MVIS at Traffex on stand G025.

Traffex19 and Parkex 19 take place from 2-4 April at the NEC Birmingham. Both events are free to attend but visitors will need to register in advance. 

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