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The next business in our Backing British Businesses series is; Oxford Hydrotechnics (H2OX) a Bicester based market-leading specialist in Advanced Resin Injection and Grouting Techniques.

Throughout its growth, Oxford Hydrotechnics (H2OX) has built a trusted industry reputation based on extensive expertise, an innovative culture and above all, consistent results. In the 28 years since its establishment, H2OX has grown substantially, offering its clients a wide range of services including leak sealing, ground stabilisation, grouting, and floor and structural repairs. Along with the strong growth it has seen, comes an increased need for company cars and vans.

Synergy Car Leasing, part of the Newable group, offers vehicle leasing to all types of businesses and private individuals. Synergy is recognised for its best-in-class customer experience, professional and knowledgeable team, and hassle-free solution to driving a brand-new vehicle. Over the last 10 years Synergy has supplied H2OX with a range of cars and vans, supporting the growth of the business.

Steve Henn, Managing Director at Oxford Hydrotechnics, made initial contact with Synergy’s CEO and Founder, Paul Parkinson, in search of their first company lease car over a decade ago. The relationship has grown significantly, and Synergy continues to provide fleet vehicles and services to H20X, from hatchbacks, saloons and SUVs to a full range of light commercial vehicles (vans).

Steve states:

“Our business has gone from strength to strength over the last 10 years and our partnership with Synergy is based on a solid foundation. Working with Synergy, they have provided the right finance solutions and vehicles at the right time for us. We have no doubt that we will continue to work in partnership with Synergy, as their leasing process is quick, simple, and professional.  Trusted business partners are key to our continued development.”

Find out how Synergy can help your business here