Screening and hoarding specialist Plasloc is all set to end the year with record high figures, with founder Steve Mathews understandably delighted with the news.
The manufacturer and installer of innovative hoarding solutions, who launched in 2011, has gained a firm reputation for providing freestanding, environmentally sound and easy-to-remove screens.
The company looks extremely likely to finish 2017 having achieved year-on-year growth, news Steve (in the above photo) is overjoyed with.
He speaks of his happiness that, despite events such as Brexit and the general election have hit the UK economy hard in recent times, Plasloc have been able to go from strength to strength.
He adds that the company’s ability to adapt to challenging environments has contributed massively to its success, with its own in-house, expert design team able to create bespoke solutions that can be altered for whatever the client’s needs are.
Steve commented: “We strongly believe that our increased growth is due to our reputation for delivering a high-quality service utilising our patented product across multiple sectors and industries.
“We have successfully delivered projects including supplying safe hoarding solutions to the University of Cambridge as part of a £1bn development, as well as designing and installing sleek, freestanding screens in the reception of prestigious professional service company, EY.”
Working predominantly in the commercial and retail sectors, the company currently boasts a clientele of over 300 different customers, proving to be essential in more than 5000 separate projects.
This illustrious clientele include, to name only some, the BBC, Red Bull Racing, NatWest, Microsoft and Aston Martin.
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