Raytec moves to bigger HQ in Ashington, U.K.
After outgrowing their former premises, surveillance and hazardous area lighting manufacturer Raytec has moved to a bigger facility in Ashington, Northumberland, U.K. with nearly three times the space.
January 4, 2017 By SP&T Staff
All manufacturing, R&D, software development, quality, technical support, lighting design, sales and marketing is under one roof, Raytec notes, and the move allows the company to “increase their production capability and continue to build the team of lighting experts”.
Raytec says its hazardous area LED lighting division has seen “exponential growth in the last few years” and the move will support Raytec’s plans to extend this product portfolio.
“We started out in Ashington over 10 years ago and we’re thrilled to be moving to our new premises and staying in the local area—just 100 metres down the road in fact!” said David Lambert, Raytec managing director. “Crucially, the new move will allow us to tackle more challenging projects, provide quicker lead times for our customers, with the flexibility to respond to market demands for more intelligent and bespoke solutions”.
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