A start-up business in Bromborough, which is now one of the UK’s leading power generation services, has recorded its busiest quarter to date.

Pleavin Power, which currently employs 15 members of staff, has just hit an impressive £2million pounds in turnover.

Established by Founder & Technical Director Jack Pleavin four years ago, the company prides itself on delivering unrivalled service by selling, renting and providing parts and services to its customers.

Speaking from his Thursby Road headquarters, Jack said: “It’s been an incredibly busy four years for us as a firm and the last four months have really seen that growth accelerate.

"The whole reason I set the business up was to offer our clients a service built on integrity, reliability and resourcefulness and I truly believe that by offering that, it’s given us the tools and resources to keep expanding.

"The team and I are extremely committed to earning customer loyalty and trust.”

Pleavin Power works with more than 150 businesses on its books in industries including hospitals, data-centres, prime power end-users and a wide range of Critical, Prime and Standby power system applications.

Their clients include the NHS, Digital Reality, Velox Datacentres and Utility Oils.

Jack added: “We operate a dedicated 24/7 365 nationwide service from multiple locations and I can proudly say that we are one of the most well equipped and skilled businesses in operation.

"Our team, many of which have been with me from the start, are passionate about power and ready for anything wherever and whenever required.”

A true entrepreneur and passionate engineer at heart, Jack launched the business at the age of 21 after starting his career in engineering in late 2013.

In a short space of time, Pleavin Power rapidly became a recognised market leader in the Critical, Prime & Standby Power markets and now offers a wide range of complete turn-key services for new, existing or decommissioned installations; specialising in the mechanical and electrical repair, maintenance, installation, control or ancillary system support.