W4G Fire and Security has been announced as finalists at the 2021 Exeter Living Awards.
Online PR News – 27-July-2021 – Woodbury, Exeter, Devon – An arm of the UK security company W4G Fire & Security has been announced as finalists at the 2021 Exeter Living Awards. W4G Track Recovery, which is part of the wider W4G group, has been recognized for its important work over the last year and throughout Covid-19 times.
The W4G Fire & Security team will attend the 2021 Exeter Living Awards finals on 2 September 2021 at Exeter University’s Great Hall. It is expected that around 500 people will attend the event. The UK security company has made the finals in the Technology and Innovation category, having received recognition from associates and clients throughout the year. W4G Fire & Security has also had a poster feature in Exeter Living magazine, promoting their complete range of UK security services.
Exeter Living Awards is the largest annual business event to occur in Exeter, Devon. During the ceremony, local businesses who have had the greatest impact in their given industries are celebrated and those that prevail in their nominated categories will be awarded. Each business that will attend the 2021 event as finalists has been shortlisted for its exceptional response to challenges brought about by the Coronavirus pandemic.
A relatively new faction of the W4G Group, the track recovery arm is based around intelligence, research, and speed of action in the industry. Founded in December 2019, W4G’s track recovery arm has gone from strength to strength over a short period of time since its inception. Operating right across the UK and even throughout parts of Europe, their presence has been felt in the asset repatriation sector.
W4G Track Recovery is essentially the asset investigation and repatriation arm of the group and the main focus of its employees is to track down and recover stolen vehicles. Month on month, the W4G Track Recovery team has put up impressive figures over the course of the last year. In terms of the ratio of cases assigned to closed cases, the track recovery team has truly excelled, having provided tangible results in the vast majority of cases. Their operations are extremely streamlined and, as such, their reactiveness is reflected in the lowly average cost of a case and the average time of recovery.
The W4G team experiences a wide variety of case types. Track recovery case managers have seen everything from vehicles stolen directly from branches to customers refusing to return vehicles to rental companies to individuals having their cars taken from their property. For reported cases such as these, the W4G team typically opens up an open-source intelligent investigation (OSINT), in order to gain important information that will lead to a recovery and a customer being reunited with their prized asset.
W4G Track Recovery is a rapidly growing team of specialists who are highly experienced in asset repatriation and the investigation of stolen goods. The standard of the W4G Group’s recruitment for their track recovery arm has meant that they’ve had the right personnel to deal with all types of referred cases. This recruitment drive continues on as W4G Track Recovery continues to establish itself as a major name in the industry, working with Police forces up and down the UK when required.
For more information on this story, head to the W4G Fire & Security and their news section in particular. On this section of their website, you’ll find an in-depth article about the company making it to the 2021 Exeter Living Awards finals ceremony.