Boss Cabins has launched a range of static welfare units to meet high industry demand, with the aim of becoming the number one market supplier over the next 12 months.
The introduction of this new range comes on the back of Boss Cabins securing its position as the UK market leader in the design and manufacture of mobile welfare cabins. The business was initially built from selling to small-to-medium sized regional hire companies. Today, they also supply to a range of national hire firms.
Commenting on the launch of Boss Cabins’ static units, managing director Matthew Wordsworth said: “As a business, we’ve quickly shaken up the mobile welfare sector by bringing fresh thinking into what was a stale industry. Now we will offer this same mindset to the static welfare range by providing the marketplace with superior choice.
“The reason that customers select Boss Cabins over other suppliers is because we listen to them and understand their needs. Each and every innovation in our product range meets set criteria; to improve durability, functionality, efficiency and return on investment.”
The cabins’ ‘Eco Ultimate’ electrical system powers an on-demand generator at the flick of a switch, dramatically reducing fuel consumption to approximately 0.56p per day.
“This is a game-changing innovation for buyers, with improved functionality and efficiency compared with other cabins on offer. We are confident that this is the most environmentally-friendly electrical system in the marketplace,” continued Matthew.
“For instance, some manufacturers use solar panels as a power source. This can be effective in certain settings, but can only be fitted in small quantities on a welfare cabin. This results in a system that can’t keep up with the demands of a construction environment. They simply don’t provide enough electricity to put the kettle, microwave, fan heaters or radiator on. Often, they are installed as a token gesture to tick the box of environmental requirements.
“The whole idea behind our 'Eco Ultimate’ approach is that it reduces the use of fossil fuels by minimising generator run-time, making it the most energy efficient system on the market,” added Matthew.
Boss Cabins offers clients a full service, starting from the initial build, through to an aftercare service with its in-house parts, accident and repair and refurbishment facility.
“We understand the importance of offering clients exactly what they require, at the best price,” Matthew continued. “Businesses shouldn’t be expected to adapt to the cabins on offer — it’s our place to create a range that meets their requirements. It’s this mindset that allows us to provide innovative solutions for our growing client base across the UK.”
Boss Cabins was launched in 2010 and now employs almost 100 people at its base in Lincolnshire. This announcement comes on the back of a 120-unit order of mobile and static cabins from LOC Hire – a company voted the fastest growing business in the north of Scotland.
In 2016, Boss Cabins was also awarded the 75th fastest growing company in the UK by The Sunday Times Virgin Fast Track 100, and are still expanding today.
To find out more about Boss Cabins’ static range of welfare cabins, visit