At the start of 2019, O&H Vehicle Technology began execution of the new internal strategy “O&H 2.0”.
Led by the then-new Managing Director, Oliver North, O&H 2.0 targeted an intense drive on research, development and actuation of industry leading innovation. In conjunction with this, the corporate culture and philosophies were adapted to drive quality, customer care and customer satisfaction to unprecedented levels.
O&H are once again recognised as a UK-leader achieving positive growth through British production.
With 30 years of pedigree, O&H has proudly served the UK’s emergency and specialist vehicle market.
O&H Facilities was started at Goole docks. With seven staff, the business brought Renault vans off the ships before completing the pre-ambulance electrical work, rear suspension and fitting of ramps to vehicles before they were dispatched to second converters for the coachworks.
O&H went from pre-ambulance work to full design and construction of Patient Transport Service ambulances.
The company relocated to the current site on Larsen Road, Goole.
The site on Larson Road increased in size as two production lines were built onto the back of the existing building.
O&H moved into the A&E ambulance conversions sector.
O&H moved into the welfare vehicle market sector.
In 2019 O&H launched the ‘O&H 2.0’ strategy, which bids the company to be the most consistently performing, most innovative and most sustainable specialist vehicle builder in the United Kingdom.
We are proud to manufacture in the United Kingdom, which has an incredible legacy in engineering and manufacturing. We see this not as a strapline, but as a guarantee that in markets often funded by the tax payer, the labour and engineering which is passionately exerted into the O&H vehicle is by that of UK tax payers, in-turn driving local employment most often against international options in the same field of expertise.
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