The Emsea Welding Bay and Waterjet Division Are Proudly Sporting New Signs

Produced by a local company, PV Graphics, the bespoke graphics feature the colourful icons depicting Emsea’s wide range of offerings including Design and Turnkey Solutions.

Emsea’s Most Progressive Year Yet

Part of the ongoing rebranding and expansion plans, the new signage at the units is the first of many exciting developments planned for 2017.

Director Mark Causer commented: “This year is going to be our most progressive yet as we continue to invest heavily in the company.  Last year we acquired a fourth unit, new machinery and built our extended steel store in preparation for projects in 2017.”

Record Turnover

Keeping the blueprints under wraps Mr Causer is animated about impending purchases: “We are keeping our cards close to our chest for now but we will be making an official announcement at the start of the new financial year. However, we can say that our customers’ satisfaction is always at the top of our agenda.”

So with a record turnover in 2016 and plans for further expansion in 2017 the future is looking buoyant for Emsea.