Rhino Site Systems Limited is a specialist subsidiary of Rhino Engineering Group, delivering premium aftersales and installation services to clients requiring the maintenance of high-performance engineered doors.
Offering a range of services, including condition surveys and reports, repairs, the provision of authorised spares, and emergency call-out cover, Rhino Site Systems is a trusted provider of premium maintenance services to clients across sectors including nuclear, critical national infrastructure and defence.
Our team of skilled, experienced mobile engineers are based across the UK and, as such, we have the capacity to be there as and when you need us. Through our sister company, Rhino Doors, we’ve been involved with some high-profile projects, including Crossrail and the Bank Station Capacity Upgrade Project, and we have the knowledge and capability to support businesses, no matter their size.
To provide an insight into Rhino Site Systems and its service offering, we speak to managing director, Paul Andrews, exploring his background and his vision for the future of the organisation.
Tell us a bit about your professional background and experience.
PA: I’ve been a senior manager and director working across operations and customer service for nearly 30 years now, having spent most of my career working in the industrial valve and pump market, supplying products to clients across sectors like defence, nuclear, oil and gas, and water.
I am also a qualified Six Sigma Black Belt and have run continuous improvement projects in countries around the world, including the US, the Middle East and Asia.
How was Rhino Site Systems established?
PA: Previously, our after-sales and installation services were managed by our sister company, Rhino Doors. Now, as part of Rhino Engineering Group’s ongoing plans for growth and expansion, these services are housed within Rhino Site Systems, as a standalone company rather than a separate department.
This will allow us to scale up our operations and provide an even higher quality service to our clients. We’re currently working hard to build a national aftersales and installation service, with multiple depots across the UK to allow us to achieve this.
How do you see Rhino Site Systems continuing to develop and grow?
PA: It is my ambition that we will complement the work of the wider Rhino Engineering Group, delivering first-class customer service to Rhino’s clients through our collective skill and experience.
But we also want to seek out new opportunities and build relationships with organisations in new sectors. Our team of mechanical and electrical site engineers has worked within the industry for many years and, as such, we’re well-equipped to provide a premium installation and maintenance service, working with both Rhino’s products and third-party manufacturers’ industrial doors.
Learn about our sister company, Rhino Doors, here.
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