New Online Store For UK’s Largest Recovery Community

Following the success of their mobile accessory service, Recovery World is launching their on-line store dedicated to recovery accessories and equipment. This new service makes it simple and easy for recovery operators and drivers to log onto the Recovery World website day or night to browse & buy from a wide range of quality accessories. Over the last 10 years Recovery World has established a reputation as the UK’s leading centre for buying and selling new and used recovery vehicles. Director Lynn Engledew commented, “When we deliver new vehicles, operators often ask us where they can get competitively priced equipment such as light bars, specialist recovery kit or hi-vis clothing to compliment their new trucks. Amazingly, there were no on-line accessory stores specifically aimed at the UK recovery market, so we contacted a couple of equipment suppliers to offer them the opportunity of using our site to open the first online store for the industry but the companies declined. We then decided to set up our own comprehensive on-line service that was open 24/7 and would be easy for operators and drivers to buy competitively priced accessories at a time that suited them.” The recent upgrade to the Recovery World website was the ideal time to incorporate the new accessory store. As well as a wide range of standard equipment from lock-out kits and lifting chains to winch cables and light bars, the Recovery World accessory store is continually adding new products to their stock. The latest include Fristads Clothing, internationally recognised as the best in quality heavy duty work wear, innovative spillage and safety products from Darcy Spillcare Products such as Dammit, an effective solution for sealing ruptured or torn fuel tanks, and a new range of specialised recovery accessories from the USA that are not usually available in the UK. Lynn added, “Our on-line store is the latest service to be launched by Recovery World, but we are always looking for new ways is which we can support the recovery industry in providing a valuable service to the community.” For more information visit