On behalf of everyone at Court Enforcement Specialists, I would like to wish all of our clients a very Merry Christmas and all the best for the New Year.
Thank you for choosing Court Enforcement Specialists this past year, we hope that we’ve lived up to the standards you deserve and those we expect of ourselves.
The ongoing ‘Cost of Living’ crisis is presenting us all with new challenges, but with your faith, we are continuing to deliver an outstanding level of service, across all of our assignments and projects.
The industry continues to look to us for an example, as we continue to change the face of enforcement, for the better.
In the Post-Covid world, as you will be acutely aware, many people are struggling with their bills, rents, mortgages and businesses. We thank you for having the faith in us to handle these extremely sensitive cases in the only way we know how – with empathy and understanding, always looking to identify vulnerability and direct people to the correct channels of support.
As you will have seen, this approach helps us get the best outcomes for all, our valued clients included.
The #TeamCES family has worked together closely this past year, not just on behalf of our clients, but for charitable causes too. We thank you for your support with these and look forward to your support for projects such as our very own Steve Holland’s trip to Ukraine. A vital reminder that whilst things are tough in the UK, they could be a lot tougher, and we should be thankful that we’re not spending Christmas in a warzone.
As you may know, this is something many of our team have all too much experience in already.
The time has come for our enforcement agents and other staff to have a well earned Christmas break, and to spend some time with their families. For large parts of the year, they work away from home, dedicating their working lives to the needs of our clients.
As we have said before, without the men and women on the ground, our success wouldn’t be possible.
Court Enforcement Specialists are widely recognised as industry leaders, and that is largely down to the faith and trust of our clients, and the relationships we build with them.
I look forward to developing those relationships in 2023 and beyond.
Have a great Christmas and all the best for the new year.
CEO of Court Enforcement Specialists