Woodall Nicholson Holdings Limited acquire JM Engineering Limited and Promech Solutions Limited.
Woodall Nicholson Holdings Limited (WNHL) has acquired the entire share capital of JM Engineering Limited and Promech Solutions Limited. The WNHL Group trades as Coleman Milne, Coleman Milne Specialist Vehicles, Mellor Coachcraft and Treka Bus.
JM Engineering and Promech Solutions are both based on the Plaxton Park Manufacturing Site in Scarborough and have an excellent reputation as suppliers to the vehicle manufacturing sector. Both businesses will continue to operate from their existing Scarborough facilities and Mark Eccles founder and owner of the businesses will continue as Managing Director.
John Randerson, Managing Director of Woodall Nicholson Bus Division commented “This is a fantastic opportunity for both businesses to further cement what has been an excellent working relationship and to bring a highly skilled and resourceful team into the WN group. I am delighted that JM Engineering and Promech Solutions joins a group that is growing, we have some exciting challenges ahead, with growth potential in the specialist vehicle sector as we leverage our low floor and electric vehicle platforms.
Additionally, JM Engineering and Promech Solutions have an extensive customer base who will be delighted to learn that business for them will continue as normal and Mark and his team will continue to provide the outstanding levels of quality, flexibility and value that they have become accustomed to.”
Mark Eccles added “I am extremely proud of what has been achieved at JM Engineering and Promech Solutions and would like to pass on my thanks to the entire management team and staff who have been an integral part of that journey. Bringing our knowledge and expertise into the Woodall Nicholson Group will help us to grow the businesses further, which in turn will lead to further job creation for the Scarborough area. I will remain within the company continuing my role as Managing Director and am genuinely excited that the businesses are joining the WN Group.”