Alan Massie is the proud recipient of a new hearse. The new hearse, a rust free Jaguar aluminium XJ6 was supplied by new hearse and limousine manufacturers Wilcox Limousines.
Eric P Massie Funeral Services has been serving Inverurie in Scotland and the surrounding areas since the 1960’s.
Wilcox Limousines supply funeral vehicles throughout the UK, as far as Scotland to Cornwall. Wilcox are the UK’s leading supplier of funeral vehicles including new hearses and new limousines.
Alan said ‘The aluminium Jaguar hearse was the only vehicle we wanted for our company. It reflects our brand values, providing the very best service possible.’
The new hearse forms part of Alan’s continuing investment in the business. His modern purpose built funeral home in Inverurie is shortly to receive further improvement. This includes additional garaging for his fleet and increased parking for visiting families.
Wilcox Limousines are new hearse manuafacturers, also known as hearse coachbuilders and sell new hearses and used hearses, with a wide range of new hearses for sale. The are British family coachbuilders established since 1948.
Alan chose the latest Jaguar XJ6 5 Door Aluminium Hearse. He opted for the quiet fuel efficient 3.0 Diesel engine. The vehicle comes with a high specification which includes Satellite Navigation, Air Suspension, Bluetooth® Hands Free Phone System, Start/Stop Technology, Alloy Wheels and Leather Interior.
We would like to thank Alan for his continued business with Wilcox Limousines and wish him every success with his new vehicle and funeral home improvements.
Leila Wilcox has officially joined the family business team at Wilcox Limousines, adding to the third generation of the eponymous family working in the business.
Leila, 33, daughter of CEO Paul, will run the PR and marketing function of the family business. She has spent the past 13 years in business, specialising in innovation and entrepreneurship and launched two successful businesses from scratch.
“Leila will bring experience in global and prestige sales, consumer loyalty and new innovations, as well as a wealth of experience in PR and marketing,” said Paul.
“We are proud to have her on board.”
The other member of the Wilcox family’s third generation at the firm is Louis, who has 22 years experience as funeral director and sales director.
“In such turbulent times it’s fantastic to see the next generation coming into the family business,” added Paul.
“It reflects the business’s stability and growth, allowing us to introduce new initiatives and deliver even more excellence to our customers. We believe in delivering the highest customer service for the very best funeral vehicles in the world.”
There are new initiatives happening within the company, including a revamped website and online videos that show how the vehicles are built and offer a virtual tour of the flagship Wigan Factory.
The company now sends out a regular online newsletter and its presence on social media sites YouTube, Facebook and Twitter is growing. A customer loyalty scheme is also in the pipeline.
“Many of Wilcox’s customers have been buying vehicles from us since my Granddad launched in 1945 and have know me since I born,” said Leila. “It’s really exciting to look at ways of how we can work together even more closely and help these loyal customers.”
This is no ordinary delivery….take a second look… the picture actually shows Martin Halliwell, who runs RBF Services – Vehicle Transportation Specialists delivering a fleet of new vehicles to his father, Brian Halliwell who runs R Banks & Sons!
Ian Roe of Wilcox Limousines delivered the new aluminium Jaguar Fleet with the help of specialist vehicle transport services, RBF Services who specialise in delivering high value vehicles throughout the UK and Europe.
Wilcox Limousines Ltd now regularly use RBF to deliver their new and nearly new vehicles. One of the many benefits is they offer under cover transport; therefore the vehicles leave the factory and arrive safely at the customers without any weather damage. Therefore all vehicles arrive in pristine condition!
Not only was this a special day for the delivery, but Martin of RBF also received a brand new transporter lorry! It was therefore an excellent opportunity to take photos to commemorate the special day. Our thanks to go the photographer from ‘Royal Photographic & Video’ for taking the photo.
R Banks & Son are one of the largest Independent Funeral Directors, with 8 funeral homes, in the Wigan area. The company was formed in 1921 and sold to the Halliwell family around the 1960’s.
Brian was delighted to receive his new aluminium fleet which are to replace his existing Jaguar hearse and limousines. The new vehicles come with a high specification including quiet 3.0 Diesel fuel efficient engines, air suspension, stop start technology, satellite navigation and Bluetooth® hands free phone system.
We would like to thank Brian and Martin for the continued relationship with Wilcox and Co and wish them every success with their respective new vehicles.