On the road and up to speed – the latest from Bence

Bence Command appears in the Emergency Services Times

Emergency Services Times May 2018

New Job Openings at WH Bence

WH Bence have the following exciting job opportunities: Electrical Apprenticeship Administration Assistant to the Design Team Electrician For further information, a job description and how to apply please visit our jobs page.  

Amazon Treasure Trucks

Bence were recently awarded to build the new interactive Amazon delivery vehicles, The Treasure Trucks.  These innovative Treasure Trucks use Amazon’s fantastic ability to deliver a variety of offers to their consumers.

Delivery of MRI Demountable to Girona

WH Bence has now delivered its first Toshiba Elan demountable MRI to a customer in Spain.  The IDIBGI in Girona is the first hospital outside of the UK to order the unit, and Bence are delighted to have worked in partnership with Toshiba in order to deliver and commission it on site. We hope this

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A Successful Emergency Services Show 2017

WH Bence were delighted to attend this year’s Emergency Services Show, which was held at the NEC on 20th and 21st September. Exhibiting our brand new command and control unit manufactured for Tyne & Wear Fire and Rescue, we were on hand to demonstrate our new brand, Bence Command which designs and manufactures bespoke command

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Emergency Services Show 2017

WH Bence are preparing their new vehicles and exhibits for this year’s Emergency Services Show. The Show is taking place at the NEC in Birmingham on 20th and 21st September 2017.  Visitors can register free online at www.emergencyuk.com which will enable free parking at the NEC. The WH Bence stand is in Hall 5 – we will

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“Bence” the Heron

When WH Bence received a call from their photographer Rich McD asking for help with a community project, we were delighted to help out! With the Britain in Bloom judging imminent, the Sodbury In Bloom team were devastated to discover that vandals had destroyed one of their displays, along with the resident ornamental heron (affectionately

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