Ten years ago, Peter McCallum bought the business. It was a recession then, and we’re facing a recession now. We’ve survived recessions before, and we will again.
At the time, Cars in Camera had already built up 35 years’ experience in covered vehicle transport for filming ads, promos, hospitality, events, and testing.
Staff turnover isn’t high. This means we now have 45 years of experience you can depend on. We understand the engineering, the sensitivity, and the creativity our clients require. And our vehicle technicians and precision drivers can help you achieve the results you’re after.
When asked the biggest change he’s seen over the past decade, Peter said: “The cameras are smaller now”.
The other changes that he’s overseen include:
• Doubled the fleet
• Tripled the turnover
• Improved processes and procedures
• Won ISO9001:2105 certification
• Won contracts with blue-chip companies
Our clients include all the main film companies and agencies. We’ve delivered for most of the major car manufacturers, including: BMW, Dacia, Hey Car, Hyundai, Jaguar, Kia, Land Rover, Mercedes, Renault, Smart and Vauxhall… and we’re still broadening our customer base.
We’re used to moving vehicles to and from Europe. In the past year, places we’ve travelled to include Majorca, Lisbon, Madrid, Ljubljana and Germany.
This reassures you that we know what we’re talking about and can advise you about the best way to do things.
Why do clients choose Cars in Camera?
It’s because of our expertise and problem-solving approach. Whatever your challenge, we’ve probably faced it before and can find you a solution.
For example, we’ve helped get the right number plates, wrapped cars in the right livery, fitted privacy glass, changed the wheels, turned cars on their side to get them through narrow doors, got approvals to drive on heritage railway tracks, driven in a salt mine, accessed shopping malls at midnight, and protected the glass so footballs can be kicked into a car in London’s Berkeley Square.
The answer is Yes. Now what’s the question?