Our equipment not only saves human lives – it’s been a tremendous help to our friends in the animal kingdom too, we work with protection and rescue organisations all over the world to help save animals in need.
We’ve helped save the lives of many different animals of all shapes and sizes, from the typical, petite native birds in our home country – the United Kingdom, to humongous carnivores like this 7ft crocodile in India!
This particular rescue was conducted by the RESQ team based in Pune, the second-largest city in the state of Maharashtra. They have reported that using our Reach and Rescue poles have become an integral part of their daily missions, including everything from safely recovering a bird trapped in pollution entanglement – all the way to removing a crocodile from a muddy-slush pit inside of a well it had become stuck in for almost a month. She was successfully rescued and the operation was completed with the help of our Reach and Rescue equipment.
This is one of many examples that showcase just how versatile and effective our Reach and Rescue product range can be! Across multiple environments, highly varied missions, and a range of rescue targets – there’s a rising trend that continues to correspond with the use of our devices: SUCCESS!
Our poles are durable and definitely multi-functional, as the RESQ team has proven. Not only that but they can rest assured knowing that no matter how difficult the task, our Reach and Rescue lifetime product promise has them covered.
Special thanks to Tuhin Satarkar, for reporting this story – and to the RESQ team for excellently demonstrating the ability of our poles, proving yet again why we are an industry leader in innovative and efficient rescue technology. This is another great story that serves to back up the validity of the highly coveted merit we recently received, the Queen’s Award for innovation.
But that’s not all…
There is an abundant supply of potential examples we could continue to highlight regarding our international involvement, though, being a proudly British-based business – we’d like to showcase one of our collaborations that are closer to home as well.
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is a charity operating in England and Wales that promotes animal welfare. The RSPCA is funded primarily by voluntary donations. Its patron is Queen Elizabeth II. Founded in 1824, it is the oldest and largest animal welfare organisation in the world and is one of the largest charities in the UK.
We are honoured to be able to support this organisation with our Reach and Rescue tools in their efforts to save and provide aid to the local wildlife and any other animals in need. Reach and Rescue is not just a business but for over ten years we have been an actively contributing member of the rescue and safety industry on an international scale, helping to revolutionise the standard quality of equipment on the market, available to the public and in the hands of those heroes in the field – saving lives.
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