The installations division of BHIuk is closing down but it’s business as usual with the parts supply division
Due to externally sourced circumstances which were imposed upon the business during November 2014 the Mk2 BHIuk seat belt test plant project had to be put on hold and that was just before the payment was to be made for the bulk of the test plants components.
Then on the 7thof January 2015 those circumstances grew to be even more damaging to the project because the project manager was unfortunately removed from his active service.
Whilst the project manager was away he consumed something extremely harmful which turned out to be very detrimental to his designing and management capabilities.
As a consequence of the above, the installation division of the business has lost some of its very good reputation and a considerable amount of potential trade.
Despite the project manager now being back at work the seat belt installation market has now undergone a dramatic change. And that combined with the losses sustained as a consequence of the delay have made the concept of testing and retro fitting seatbelts no longer financially viable for BHIuk.
So it is decided with great regret, to close down the installation division of BHIUK after more than 18 years of service to its industry.
The parts supply division will remain fully active.
Dear seat belt installation customers
It was a pleasure for me to serve such a decent and respectable class of customers and I thank all of those customers who sent in letters of appreciation for what my staff and I once did for them.
It is a great shame that so much of my engineering design experience has been consigned to the trash bin. I can however; pride myself on having achieved a 100% pass rate with Manchester Universities STATUS test centre.
The next few months will be spent consolidating the overheads and assets of my business with a view to reducing the overhead expenses and when that is completed I shall be leaving my young family and my country to seek a safer haven elsewhere for myself to live.
I shall be leaving my parts supply business in the very capable hands of my wife Lorraine Chetwynd, my technical sales manager Graham White and their assistants who will carry on offering you the best of their services as they always do.
I thank all those who had supported my seat belt installation business for so many years and without that support my very successful parts business would not have been made possible.
Adrian D Chetwynd
One of the projects I once worked on in an attempt to raise some money for my much more expensive Mk1 test plant was a confidential voting system. If you take a look itís recently updated webpage I explain why Iíve given the idea away for free: » www.envosy.co.uk