Nick Cawcutt has joined as Midwest Mobility’s new Technical Director. Nick will be based at Midwest’s main office that runs the sales and servicing of Mobility Equipment Gloucester.
Nick will be responsible for overseeing and managing all installation and servicing contracts as Midwest Mobility builds on its 2021 entry into the commercial care sector. Services include, assessing, specifying and supplying mobility equipment and disability aids, a full range of servicing options that include inspections and testing to regulated standards such as LOLER, inspecting and maintaining mobility equipment for residential care homes, nursing homes, hospices, and hospitals.
With more than 25 years of experience working for both mobility manufacturers and service providers, Nick has amassed a vast technical knowledge base covering a wide range of mobility and care equipment as well as a thorough understanding of current legislation to ensure that equipment is operational and certified to meet regulations.
Jon Kearsey, Managing Director at Midwest Mobility, commented:
“Nick is a great asset to our team, not only does he have an abundance of hands-on technical ability but is well regarded within the care home sector. Nicks skill set will not only strengthen our technical expertise but will also enhance our after-sale care by providing our commercial customers with bespoke maintenance and servicing packages to suit their individual needs”
Nick Cawcutt, Technical Director at Midwest Mobility, commented:
“It’s an exciting time to work with Midwest Mobility and to help Jon grow the business to become the leading provider within the midwest counties for mobility equipment supply and maintenance and servicing contracts for the care home industry.”
Mobility Equipment Gloucester
Our head office is based in a newly converted barn on the Duststall Farm Estate, Saul, Gloucestershire which is ideal for servicing the Midwest counties. Herefordshire, Worcestershire, Gloucestershire, and South Gloucestershire, The Cotswolds, and the Bristol area).
Our mission is to offer home assessments for both home and residential care clients, offer unbiased information, and guidance on common mobility aids and daily life aids for the aged and disabled, their families, and caregivers.