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epm:technology Report Double Digit Growth as the Gear up to Move into Class Leading Centre

  • Tuesday, 10th June 2014
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epm:technology group, which is in its final preparations to move into its state-of-the-art new technology centre in the heart of Derby, is on course for another consecutive record-breaking year.

According to epm, a number of new high-profile contracts and the ramping up process over the last 12 months leading up to its grand move has secured the Draycott-based composite engineering specialists its double digit growth, pushing its turnover beyond £6.5 million.

Owner and Managing Director, Graham Mulholland, is confident the facilities at the new ultra-modern £6.5 million 60,000 sq ft technology centre being built in Raynesway, Derby, UK, may see sales double over the next 12 months. He says the timing of epm’s new technology centre, could not have been more perfectly executed. Made possible through a £4.75 million loan though the Derby Enterprise Fund.

Mr Mulholland, commented “Success clearly breeds success and we’ve taken time to understand this performance is not a one off. The foundations for today’s achievements were laid down five years ago. With extreme planning, fine execution and the right team of individuals throughout the company we continue to exceed our own expectations and over deliver to our customers which is some achievement when you consider we’ve been somewhat shackled by our existing factory in Draycott. While we have successfully planned for today, our new facilities will have the capabilities to deliver £35 million in sales and certainly helps to secure our successes of tomorrow.” 

Mr Mulholland, concluded “Quite frankly, our new, class leading, production facilities cannot come soon enough. We have invested heavily in the latest equipment and training. This is both an exciting and challenging time but we do take comfort from our systems being robust enough to support and continue to drive forward our continued growth. Getting to this point and coming through the recession has been extremely demanding therefore it is important for all at epm:technology to enjoy this next chapter and continuing to grow the company.

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