Visit the MVIS Highways UK Team 2021 on Stand H72

Each year, the Highways UK event offers the opportunity to network with others in the industry, allowing companies to show their latest products or solutions and to explore other innovations the market.

This year, MVIS will be attending in force, with not only familiar faces, but also new ones to our company and to Highways UK that reflect the internal changes we have seen due to growth since the last physical Highways event in 2019.

If you are attending, you are very welcome to come by stand H72 to say hi to our friendly team and ask them any questions you may have.

This is who you can expect to be greeted by –

Anne Ashman– UK Group Commercial and Operations Director

As the central nexus of the MVIS machine, Anne Ashman will be attending to welcome visitors to our stand. With over 10 years industry experience, there isn’t much Anne hasn’t seen in her role with the company and this is reflected in her dynamism and passion for customer service.

As this year will be the first Highways UK show for some of our team, Anne’s presence will be a good way for new members of the team to meet familiar industry faces to the company.


Juliette Wright – Sales

Starting with MVIS back in January 2021, Juliette has experienced quite a lot in the time she has been working with us, being quite an unusual year thanks to the COVID19 pandemic.

Working in the front line of sales, Juliette is well adept at welcoming customers to MVIS, our services and of course, our platinum customer service. Juliette embodies the very core of the MVIS Platinum Service Promise and as a result, she will provide a friendly face for any visitor to our stand at Highways UK this year.

Mark Ashbee – London Depot Manager

Mark has been with MVIS since 2015 and ever since, he has proven himself time and time again to uphold the MVIS values of service and quality. Mark has a great attitude that exemplifies the kind of approach to our customers that we hold so important.

Mark has recently been promoted to London Depot Manager, an important post within the company that ensures the smooth running of one of our key depots in the UK.

With his friendly smile and can-do attitude, Mark will be on-hand to greet visitors to our stand with the same level of enthusiasm he gives to his day to day tasks.

Dom Bridge – Operations Manager

Dom Bridge may be a familiar face to some, having attended 2 Highways UK shows in the past. Dom is a leading figure at MVIS, having been with the company since 2013 and rising from an admin apprentice role to Operations Manager, there isn’t much Dom doesn’t know about the company and our products.

As such a knowledgeable point of call within the company, Dom has extensive experience dealing with our customer’s and our team’s questions with a smile!

Dom will be available to answer any questions you may have on our stand throughout the event.


Tom Hooton – Research and Development Manager

Tom Hooton has been with the group since 2014, working for MVIS sister company, Bartco UK. Tom’s hard work and knowledge on our products has seen him rise to the well-earned position of Research and Development Manager at Bartco UK earlier this year.

Tom’s knowledge and technical capability makes him a fantastic team member to chat to for anyone who has more technical questions about our products.

As his first show as Research and Development Manager, Tom is eager to assist at Highways UK this year.


Graeme Lee- Sales Director

Not without mention, Graeme Lee, our Sales Director will also be keeping a close eye on the event app. Unable to attend this year, Graeme is in Glasgow right now on behalf of MVIS by special invitation from Balfour Beatty for the Balfour Beatty Sustainable Evolution Showcase, which is being run alongside the COP26 Climate Change Conference at the SEC, also in Glasgow.

Graeme’s presence at the Balfour Beatty Sustainable Evolution Showcase is important, not just for the networking opportunity, but also to demonstrate the priority we place on sustainability and the environment, which is also backed up with our ISO in environmental management (14001:2015). 

With this year’s Highways UK event being face to face with a digital component that has been brought over from Highways UK 2020 during the global pandemic, we are all able to benefit from the digital platform they have provided, which makes it possible for those who are unable to attend to still take part in some capacity.

Whilst Graeme will have his hands full at certain times, you are still welcome to send him a meeting request via the Highways UK app to catch up or to ask him any questions you may have. He will attempt to make the meeting or reschedule to a time he is available via a range of methods such as Teams, Zoom or just a regular phone call.