A REDDITCH trucking business geared up to celebrate their 40-year milestone with a visit from MP Karen Lumley last week.
On Wednesday (August 10) Mrs Lumley visited the premises of Inkberrow-based trucking business, MHF, as part of her summer Business Week, which saw her visit a dozen companies and organisations in the constituency.
MHF are specialists in the sale and hire of waste management trucks, skips and containers, and have worked within the waste management industry since 1975 and the company has just celebrated 40 years in the industry.
Karen said: “I really enjoyed my visit to MHF, a company tucked away in the rural part of my constituency but which has built up a solid reputation for reliability and innovation over the years.
“Owner Martin Fernihough and his son, Guy, have built up a great business and it was good to see them thriving.
“Helping and listening to businesses in the vicinity has become a massive part of what I do.”
Last week the MP visited a variety of organisations, all of which provide a service to the local community and beyond, as well as employing local residents and contributing to the local economy. They included The Abbey Hotel, Diamond Bus Company, Biddles Simply Fresh in Webheath, PEP & Co in the Kingfisher Centre and MHF.