Category: News

shentongroup Brexit Strategy

If everything proceeds as planned the United Kingdom will officially end its membership of the European Union (EU) on the 29th March 2019. Like all other businesses in the UK at the present time, we have no real idea how this may or may not affect our industry.

What we do know, is at shentongroup we are committed to providing the excellent customer service, top quality products and services that we have become known for.

Regardless of the potential turbulence of the changing macroeconomic environment, we will continue to understand your needs and will continue to deliver on our promises.

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November Colleague of the Month

The power behind generator service excellence is an outstanding team; a team that ensures that the entire UK receives the service and support they need to guarantee reliable continuous power. Read more »

Rolling Our Sleeves Up For Love Where You Live

As an organisation striving to reduce its environmental impact and one that is dedicated to supporting the community and improving local surroundings, shentongroup is proud to be a part of Love Where You Live. Read more »

Colleague of the Month October

If you’ve ever worked with someone who always finds a solution to a problem, no matter how challenging, then you may well work with shentongroup’s October Colleague of the Month. Read more »

shentongroup’s Fittest Generating Sponsorship For MHA

Last month we mentioned our Charity of the Quarter, MHA Methodist Homes for the Aged, one of the UK’s largest charities and one that provides care, accommodation and support services for older people throughout England, Scotland and Wales. Read more »

Low NOx CHP Engines Explained

Combined Heat & Power (CHP) is a favourite with design engineers when it comes to specifying a low carbon energy source on a new build project to help comply with building regulations. Read more »

Hospitals Could Halve Energy Bills with CHP

A great deal of attention has fallen upon the NHS lately, with the government pledging more funds as the institution turns 70.  As is the case with most septuagenarians, and like most medical organisations, the NHS is under pressure to reduce its energy costs (1). Read more »