Unify earns 14001 recommendation!09.03.2015
One year on from our initial assessment, Unify are pleased to report that we have been recommended for continued certification in ISO 14001.
Huge thanks go to Nicola Cook and her team - ISO is very important to Unify, and this seal of approval reflects our commitment to quality and efficiency as a business.
Unify investing in our environment!03.03.2015
Unify are pleased to be able to announce our compliance with the Woodland Carbon Code, a government standard that certifies new carbon woodlands.
In recognition of the environmental impact of our vehicle fleet we have decided to invest in the creation of new woodlands in the UK that will not only capture, over time, the CO2 emissions from our vehicles, but will also provide significant other environmental and social benefit to the UK. These woodlands are certified to ISO standards under the UK government Woodland Carbon Code, and meet international environmental and carbon project rules.
New home for The General24.02.2015
Unify Directors Adam Esposito and Eddie Bird have struck a generous blow for charity by finding a new home for the Unify General Lee Reliant Robin. The one of a kind vehicle has been donated for auction, with all proceeds going to the Mercia Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre in Coventry.
The General will take center stage at the event, which is to be hosted by Quentin Wilson for Classic Car Auctions at the Silverstone Circuit at 2PM on March 3rd. The Directors are thankful for the opportunity to make a contribution to such a worthy cause, and trust that The General finds a loving home to retire to!
New year, new faces!16.01.2015
We are pleased to ring in the new year by announcing the recruitment of Nigel McVann and James Rispin in new roles for our Sales and Engineering departments respectively.
Nigel joins us having spent the last two years in B2B sales to the SME market at Experian, whilst James has previous experience of Unify having collaborated with us during his time at Colnbrook IRC with Serco.
We wish them both a long and happy stay at Unify and hope to continue our growth as the year progresses.
Nigel McVann (left) and James Rispin (right).
Unify explore new horizons!24.10.2014
Unify are very excited to announce the deployment of a new UCCS PIN system in Auckland, New Zealand! Installed at a newly built prison, this is a project which is sure to present exciting new logistical and technical challenges.
To aid in our endeavors, Unify are opening offices in New Zealand and have appointed Richard Winterburn as Regional Director of Operations within the ASPAC territories. Richard will be moving to New Zealand to fulfill the role full time, and his first responsibility will be supervision of the Wiri PIN system project.
Richard has a long and fruitful history working with Unify having been involved with our very first PIN system and countless developments since. His appointment will allow us to maintain the high level of customer service and support for which we are already known, as we grow as a business across the globe.
New recruit Richard Winterburn (centre) pictured with Directors Adam Esposito (left) and Eddie Bird (right).