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IronmongeryDirect and ElectricalDirect unveil new brand identities

Leading specialist trade suppliers, IronmongeryDirect and ElectricalDirect have launched new brand identities, both featuring a new customer focused strapline – Trusted to deliver, to reflect the businesses ongoing dedication to delivering an exemplary customer experience. The bold, new look for ...

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Technology Strand leads to company launch

Three leading Midlands entrepreneurs have joined together to launch a new venture – Strand Technologies – producing technology-based solutions for safety, security and control which can be used across a range of industries. Catherine Franks, Paul Ryan and Simon Bowden ...

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Northwood debuts on Britain’s fastest growing profit league table

Northwood Companies has been ranked No 30 in the 22nd annual Sunday Times BDO Profit Track 100. It is the first time that the group has been named in the league table. Now in its 22nd year, the coveted Sunday ...

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Restore Harrow Green launches new Cambridge branch

Restore Harrow Green is happy to announce that after many years of working with customers in the Cambridge area, they have taken the step of opening a brand new, purpose built warehouse in Sawston, ideally located for the University of ...

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Topscan rebrands to Sircle

Topscan, a leading multi-disciplined surveyor of the built environment, has rebranded to become Sircle. The new name is built on 30 years’ experience providing the facilities management sector, with a wide range of surveys including Land, Building & MEP Surveys, ...

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Hydro-X launches new offices across the UK

It has been a year of great uncertainties for businesses, and Hydro-X Group has been no exception. However, amid a global pandemic which is defining a ‘new normal’, shrinking businesses and forcing some SMEs out, Hydro-X Group has continued to ...

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Hobart Service confirms it will maintain and exceed full national service support during lockdown phase two

The Peterborough-based specialist service maintenance division has previously proven its capability and managed operations successfully during the first lockdown period. It was announced the team will again maintain full national coverage during the next 4 weeks following the announcements made ...

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Kee Safety introduces Scotland’s largest fall protection company

Kee Safety, a leading global supplier of fall protection solutions and safety railing systems, has announced an exciting new venture that sees four of its Scottish-based businesses merge into one premier fall protection company. This development will allow the company ...

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How recovery-ready is your business?

With lockdown restrictions being gradually relaxed, many business owners will be anticipating how they can safely return to work and begin recovering their businesses. To help with the anything-but-ordinary return to work, Moneypenny, the outsourced communication provider, has created ‘How ...

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Zidac Laboratories invests £5m and creates up to 80 new jobs in the South 

Zidac Laboratories, a manufacturer of personal care products, has announced a £5m investment into expanding its facilities and the creation of up to 80 new positions at its Portsmouth factory. The investment follows increased demand for Zidac’s antibacterial and sanitising products during the Covid-19 outbreak, and will expand the factory’s capacity ...

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