Unique hoarding solutions specialist Plasloc is hoping to help a local junior football team achieve success, as they wear shirt sporting the company’s brand.
Plasloc, who supply hoarding for major infrastructure and construction projects, has gained a reputation for producing its massively versatile product, suitable for any environment, both internal or external.
The Newton Abbot based company is sponsoring local team Newton Spurs U10s, who are perennial league champions and have six players who play at the Chelsea Academy,
Director Leigh Matthews commented: “It is important to us that we support the town and community, and what better team to link up with than the unstoppable Spurs.
“The link up not only gives our brand name even more exposure, but it also helps the club, and we wish them every success for the upcoming season.”
The company was founded in 2007 by MD Steve Matthews, who identified a gap in the market for a cost-effective, sustainable, and innovative hoardings solution.
Plasloc has gone on to gain a well-deserved reputation for producing an incredibly versatile product, suitable for any environment, both internal or external.
Designed for quick installation and easy removal, the environmentally friendly hoardings appear clean and light and can be customised with corporate colours or printed graphics.
Its has enjoyed an impressive year so far, with its latest set of accounts showing revenue is up 30% thanks to a raft of new contracts and growth in its existing client base.
Plasloc’s customer list boasts a whole host of the leading retail, business and construction brands, including projects for Channel 4, St Thomas’s hospital, the University of Cambridge, Amazon, Morrisons, Dyson and the BBC.
At present, Plasloc has been an essential component in over 5660 different projects and has also established a network of more than 300 different clients.
For more info, phone 01626 356 995 or visit www.plasloc.com
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