VOLUNTEERS who work as First Responders at North West Ambulance Service are being kept on the road thanks to donations from a vehicle salvage and dismantling business.

Synetiq on Road Three at Winsford Industrial Estate provides two vehicles, free fuel, servicing and maintenance.

The company has supported the emergency team for more than seven years.

First responders Gavin Palin and Max Kelly work on behalf of the NHS and North West Ambulance Trust are both volunteers who give up their spare time to help those in need of urgent assistance, relying on donations in order to operate.

The team are first on the scene for a wide range of emergencies, providing swift medical attention until a full-size ambulance arrives.

The gap they fill is vital - in some cases it can be the difference between life and death.

The relationship between Synetiq and North West Ambulance Service can be traced back to Car Transplants Ltd – one of the businesses which merged to form Synetiq earlier this year.

The business was delighted to continue supporting the First Responders and remains on hand to provide fuel and maintenance for their vehicles.

John Schofield, executive director at Synetiq: “We recognise how important Gavin and Max’s roles are within our community. We’re pleased to continue supporting them in any way we can.”

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The newly formed company is celebrating success just months after being launched.

Synetiq Ltd has been named as one of the most ambitious and innovative companies as part of Elite’s Future Shapers Report.

The Future Shapers campaign recognises the most consistently impressive, diverse and growing businesses.

Synetiq is one of only 25 UK companies recognised and is delighted to have been chosen for its innovation and leadership within its industry.

Winsford Guardian:

Synetiq executive board members John Schofield, Mark Schofield, Paul Schofield, Jason Cross, Richard Martin, Tom Rumboll, Dave Martin, Jonathan Clarke and Dave Harcourt

Since Synetiq was founded in March 2019, following the merger of Motorhog, Car Transplants, DH Systems and FAB Recycling, the business has been hard at work developing its offering to customers and clients. Recent developments include a brand-new vehicle auction platform, utilised by many other salvage agents across the UK.

Synetiq chairman Tom Rumboll said: “We’re honoured to be included in Elite’s Future Shapers Programme. Our innovation throughout 2019 is just the beginning and I’d like to thank our colleagues for their part in making it possible.”