It has been a year of great uncertainties for businesses, and Hydro-X Group has been no exception.
However, amid a global pandemic which is defining a ‘new normal’, shrinking businesses and forcing some SMEs out, Hydro-X Group has continued to grow and expand its offerings and reach. The continuous growth and success the company has enjoyed, especially during these unprecedented times, is primarily due to its adaptability, agility, innovation, investment in technology and human capital.
Hydro-X Group, which already boasts of seven offices across the United Kingdom, is further strengthening its local presence and ease to respond to the needs of customers by opening three new offices over the next couple of months.
The new offices will be in Ely and Exeter, opening in October and Hemel Hempstead which is opening in January 2021.
Richard Sanderson, Group Managing Director, said the company would continue to invest in growth opportunities that serve the needs of customers. “This year we have expanded our graduate scheme to recruit ten graduates, added new COVID-response service and product range, launched the game-changing chlorine dioxide generation and increased our local reach,” he said.
The expansion comes as the company enters its 36 th year of delivering effective and reliable compliance solutions in the UK. From its establishment in 1984, Hydro-X has quickly grown to be the country’s largest independent compliance company and a trusted provider within the industry. In the last six months, the Group has been working extensively to support customers within the key industries in the fight against coronavirus; ensuring a safe and efficient working environment for staff, customers, and visitors.
Hydro-X Group, which is made up of Hydro-X Water (a water treatment and water hygiene company), Hydro-X Air (an air hygiene company), Hydro-X Training (a health and safety training company) and the newly-launched Hydro-X Engineering is committed to being a high-quality, sustainable, and environmentally compliant company, reducing risk for customers throughout the United Kingdom.