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Specialist Engineering Team

More Than Just Recovery

  At Jon Beech Recovery, we do more than just the usual straight forward vehicle Recovery, with our “Specialist Engineering Recovery Teams”, we can deal with anything from a Cat stuck in the back of a car's dashboard to making safe dangerous structures or collecting and sorting a spilled cargo from  damaged trucks.


 Fire & Rescue - Jon Beech Recovery are proud to be 

part of the fire and rescue scheme, the scheme allows JBR Personnel to assist the Fire & Rescue crews at severe/protracted entrapment's or where specialist heavy lifting / winching equipment is required. 


Offroad -  JBR have a selection of off road specialist recovery vehicles which allow us to access incidents, such as; a vehicle’s / plant etc. stuck in a marshes, fields, or even on mountain sides! 


Spilt Loads -  Jon Beech Recovery have the necessary tools and equipment to help collect and reload the product back onto the vehicle in a timely manner. 

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Learn More

If you want to find out more about the other services we offer, please contact our control room who will arrange for a member of management to give you a call back.

Staffordshire moorlands fire

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iOci_RjoyGw 

 Staffordshire  Commissioner for Police, Fire and Rescue and Crime, has praised firefighters  tackling major ongoing grassland fires in the Staffordshire  Moorlands. Matthew  Ellis visited the site on the Roaches at Blackshaw Moor, describing the scene as  ‘something from another planet’, with farms, grasslands and small holdings  blackened and smouldering from the impact of the fires. Mr  Ellis said: ‘The actions of firefighters have been exemplary in arduous  conditions. The location of the fires are difficult and the working conditions  unpleasant. The smoke-filled atmosphere and hot, windy conditions I found  difficult in only an hour of being there. The challenges faced by all involved  are very significant. ‘The  full-time and retained firefighters are working extraordinary hours and beyond  what might be expected.' As  well as speaking to crews on the frontline, Mr Ellis also extended thanks to the  businesses who had supported the fire service.   Severn  Trent provided water tankers to ensure residents of Leek would not be affected  and Jon Beech Recovery supported the use of excavation equipment, to enable  helicopters to be used to douse the ground with water from the air. A  number of voluntary organisations are also supporting the firefighters,  including Staffordshire Wildlife Trust, Peak Volunteers and the rapid relief  team. ‘Residents  of the Staffordshire Moorlands and wider have shown real community spirit and I  would like to thank them for all their support as they continue to show  firefighters and, all involved the strength, of a community pulling together,’  added Mr Ellis. The  Winking Man Pub and local residents have donated refreshments and allowed use of  land for critical equipment to be stored. Residents in Leek have also donated  cases of water and snacks. The  Commissioner will be writing formally to Cheshire Fire Service and Derbyshire  Fire Service to thank them for the personnel and appliances they continue to  provide in support of Staffordshire. END

Digging the Reservoir

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JBR’s  contribution, Jon  Beech Specialist Recovery assisted Staffs Fire and Rescue this weekend at the  massive moorland fire near Leek. Above  is the press release from Mathew Ellis the Staffordshire commissioner for both  Police and Fire / rescue thanking JBR and others who had supported Fire/Rescue  at this on going incident. JBR  specialist recovery teams were called in on 11th of August, a  Saturday morning   to assist FARS in getting significant water supplies to the very remote high  moorland location. Staffordshire  Fires problem was there was insufficient water supplies  or  mains water in the vicinity of this massive fire, so water was being shipped in  by Severn Trent in a fleet off articulated tankers and also numerous FARS rigid  water tankers from both Staffordshire and the surrounding counties..   In  the initial stages of the fire these tankers were discharging directly in to  “high volume pumps” (HVP’s) which was inefficient and was causing significant   breaks in the fire fighters water supply at the actual fire ground, so JBR were  tasked with building a sump that could hold over 35 thousand liters of water  that the HVP’s could pump directly from, and also build an over-spill reservoir  capable of holding in excess of 70 thousand liters of water, which was backing  up the pumping sump, so we now have built in resilience.  Having  built the water sump and reservoir using a twenty tonne 360 machine, and then  lining the same with salvage sheets meant now there was  a constant water supply  at full pressure to the fire ground, and the water tankers could now discharge  at will!........a good result all round, and it shows what can be achieved when  our recovery industry works with, and becomes part of a “joint services  operation”

The Fire brigade filled the Reservoir with water for a constant supply.

JBR’s  contribution, Jon  Beech Specialist Recovery assisted Staffs Fire and Rescue this weekend at

Jon  Beech Specialist Recovery assisted Staffs Fire and Rescue this weekend at the  massive moorland fire near Leek. Above  is the press release from Mathew Ellis the Staffordshire commissioner for both  Police and Fire / rescue thanking JBR and others who had supported Fire/Rescue  at this on going incident. JBR  specialist recovery teams were called in on 11th of August, a  Saturday morning   to assist FARS in getting significant water supplies to the very remote high  moorland location. Staffordshire  Fires problem was there was insufficient water supplies  or  mains water in the vicinity of this massive fire, so water was being shipped in  by Severn Trent in a fleet off articulated tankers and also numerous FARS rigid  water tankers from both Staffordshire and the surrounding counties..   In  the initial stages of the fire these tankers were discharging directly in to  “high volume pumps” (HVP’s) which was inefficient and was causing significant   breaks in the fire fighters water supply at the actual fire ground, so JBR were  tasked with building a sump that could hold over 35 thousand litres of water  that the HVP’s could pump directly from, and also build an overspill reservoir  capable of holding in excess of 70 thousand litres of water, which was backing  up the pumping sump, so we now have built in resilience.  Having  built the water sump and reservoir using a twenty tonne 360 machine, and then  lining the same with salvage sheets meant now there was  a constant water supply  at full pressure to the fire ground, and the water tankers could now discharge  at will!........a good result all round, and it shows what can be achieved when  our recovery industry works with, and becomes part of a “joint services  operation”

muchos gracias to you for saving my life

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Jon Beech recovery assisted the fire brigade to release the driver, using our recovery vehicle as a platform.

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