Lancashire-based CoreRFID has helped a leading crane and lifting firm to rebrand its safety inspection service.
The new Street Cranexpress corporate branding is now visible to its clients on safety inspections produced through its Xpressview Asset Management service.
All client reports have the new branding as well as inspection engineers’ mobile phones and tablets, which are used to record data onsite.
XpressView is based on CoreRFID’s market leading inspection solution CheckedOK. It automates reporting and eliminates paperwork, which makes access to service reports faster, easier and more efficient for crane operators. Reports can be downloaded almost immediately after inspection data has been processed.
Street Cranexpress, the UK’s leading providers of installation, maintenance and inspection services for overhead cranes. Its clients include the UK’s largest facilities management company Mitie, which produces inspection certification for Rolls Royce and Toyota using Xpressview Asset Management.
Street Cranexpress’ sales & marketing manager Duncan Randall says: ‘Our identity is very important to us as it reflects our professionalism. The work CoreRFID shows how they’ve responded to this new challenge and delivered. We’re very happy with the results.’
CoreRFID has worked with Street Cranexpress since 2003, it’s technical director Munzi Ali says: ‘Partners such as Street Cranexpress can have peace of mind that we will be there to find solutions to the challenges they must overcome.’
‘Whether it’s new corporate identities, procedures or legal requirements that clients must address, we can develop tailored solutions.’