Centurion has opened ‘Clarity Counts University’, a new training and product innovation suite, showcasing its range of above-the-neck safety systems.
Clarity Counts University was officially opened by Bill Davis, one of the business’s former Directors, on 10th May 2017. The development forms part of a wider investment at the Thetford headquarters, undertaken to support the company’s growth.
Other substantial improvements include several new meeting rooms, which have been specifically designed to host customers, and a new open-plan office design, which extends across two stories and provides 12 additional workspaces.
The factory has also been refurbished, with its rest facilities benefiting in particular. Energy saving investments, such as the installation of LED lighting, have been made throughout.
Centurion’s new brand identity has been reinforced through new signage on the face of the building, and bold imagery throughout the interior space.
Clarity Counts University is an educational training and product innovation suite, which has been developed to equip customers and employees with an understanding of above-the-neck safety standards by introducing them to Centurion’s product portfolio.
Inspired by the results of customer and employee surveys, the suite has been developed in response to consumer needs. Specifiers, wearers, distributor partners and employees will benefit from access to the new facility over the next 18 months.
Customer partners will be able to witness Centurion’s above-the-neck safety products being manufactured and tested first hand. The company hopes to show its partners just how important it is to purchase the right head protection system for workers.
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