Established in 1965, Southern Recovery is a family run business that over the years has added up to date equipment and contracts to the organisation. As the third generation of the family continue to influence the way things should be done in the recovery sector in the South East of England. Our passion lies in old machinery and the steam age, but also  the everyday challenge that recovering the heaviest machinery and lorries in the UK safely gives us all.

SOUTHERN RECOVERY SERVICES

Our Vision.
 

At Southern Recovery we strive to be the very best in the business. All our staff are trained to National IVR standards and we take pride in the work we do.

 

Our machinery, as you can see, is up to date. We are adding to the fleet of vehicles this year with another recovery vehicle.

 

We take this business seriously and our drivers and operators have had years of experience within the recovery sector, ensuring that  all the jobs we do are done to the best of our ability, keeping the customers informed ever step of the way.

 

Our vision is to continue forward in the recovery sector, building our business, taking on staff that will become members of the Southern Recovery family and continuing to service the South East of England with a competitive, safe and reliable commercial vehicle & plant recovery service.

 

 

Our Family.
 

We are proud this is a  family run business,  with three generations to carry on and enhance the company that has been operational and active since 1965.

 

Recovering commercial vehicles in the South East of England, and keeping the roads clear and safe by providing a safe, friendly, efficient & reliable recovery service for all your commercial vehicles.

 

Our drivers and  our vehicles are all part of the family here at Southern Recovery Services and we look forward to our family growing and prospering in the years to come.

 

We recently lost Graham Attwater who started the company with June his wife back in 1965. The website will shortly be updated with the story of Graham and June and the life and times of Southern Recovery.

 

 

 

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