January 2020

Dear all,

I would like you all to join me in congratulating Jemma Sutton on her promotion from Accounts Administrator to Finance Manager.

Jemma has been with the company since June 2017 and during this time has played a key role in managing the company finances, introducing new systems to streamline our commercial activities and creating commercial efficiencies across the business.

As Virtus moves forward and aligns itself with Alliance Highway Services Ltd and Highway Fencing Ltd, the finance and administration team will grow, and Jemma has been moved into a more managerial position to head up the finance/admin team.

The position of Finance Manager in any business is a position of trust and responsibility, both are attributes that Jemma displays on a daily basis. So we are very pleased to welcome her into the Management team.

Well done Jemma !

Thank you all for your continued efforts and support.


Kind regards
Neil Sears



Modern Slavery Act 2015 Section 54


Virtus recognises modern slavery and human trafficking as an organised crime where people are treated as commodities and exploited for criminal gain. 

It is identified that all organisations collectively need to undertake steps to eliminate these activities from entering their supply chain.

We will continue to trade ethically within our limited direct supply chain together with communicating within our business a zero tolerance to abuse of Human Rights. We will assess our own risk and raise internal awareness to support ethical business activity. 

We will also work actively with our clients by encouraging our staff to support implementation of their policies by raising awareness of the issue, conduct the requested checks, and monitor general operational activity and actively report concerns through the appropriate channels.