We believe in momentum. Always pushing to set a new industry standard for quality, innovation and the delivery of outstanding solutions that keep our customers going.
Davis Wagon Services is recognised today as one of the UK’s leading suppliers of rail wagon maintenance and repair. With roots firmly in the rail sector, we continue to set an ever-increasing standard to meet the needs of a diverse and changing industry.
With outstations strategically positioned throughout the country, we’re supporting fleet owners nationwide, keeping them on track through the provision of technically superior and highly convenient services and solutions.
The mission of Davis Wagon Services Limited is to be a leading supplier of rail wagon maintenance. Our aims and objectives are to exceed our customers’ expectations in quality, reliability, delivery and cost through continuous improvements and customer interaction. Davis Wagon Services Limited also aims to provide services that are technically and operationally superior, that do not harm people or the environment.
– John Hall – Managing Director
Through the leadership of our diverse and experienced team, we’re confident in our abilities to deliver the very best in all areas of our operation.
Group Engineering Director
Operations Services Manager
North West & Scotland Area Manager
Southern Area Manager
QA Manager Fleet Engineer
Supply Chain Manager
Finance & Purchasing Manager
Key Account Manager
With roots firmly established in the rail sector, we’re immensely proud of the foundations our company is built upon, and our vision for the future.
Davis Wagon Services Limited was created in May 2007 following the acquisition by WH Davis Ltd, the UK’s last remaining wagon builder. The objective of the acquisition was to broaden the services that WH Davis could offer to the UK rail market. This objective is still pivotal in today’s market, where a collective collaboration still exists, and we have achieved sustained growth and development year on year.
Our Head Office is situated in Immingham, with nine outstations strategically positioned throughout the UK to provide maintenance and repairs to our customers' fleets of vehicles.