Tuesday, August 30, 2011

News: EMSc celebrates ten years of growth in Rotherham


Rotherham-based company EMSc (UK) Limited is celebrating ten years of continued success having recently reported on another year of outstanding growth.

In the last 12 months the company has seen turnover increase by 50%, to £12.4m and has doubled its workforce to 70 people. To accommodate the growth the company has also moved into larger premises.

EMS has come a long way since its early days when founder and designer of the company's market leading product Powerstar, Dr. Alex Mardapittas, set up the company in his study at home.

EMS has always been at the forefront of the latest energy saving technologies and is constantly looking to launch new products that will allow companies to reduce not only their electricity bills, but their carbon emissions as well. It is this vision which has allowed the company to grow at the rate it has.

The Templeborough company, which manufactures all its products in the UK includes ASDA, Coop, Punch Taverns, London Stock Exchange, Metropolitan Police, Transport for London, Sheffield University, Bristol University and a large number of other Blue Chip clients, alongside government departments, Local Authorities and the NHS as its customers.

Internationally the EMS is also expanding its presence with distribution agreements to supply Powerstar in Australia, United Arab Emirates, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Bahrain and Holland as well as the development of its own operation in Cyprus.

Dr Alex Mardapittas, managing director at EMS, said: "We have grown a lot over the last few years to meet the growing market demand for our products. Excitingly, and despite the current recession, we are anticipating our growth to continue at an even faster pace than we have over the last few years."

EMSc (UK) website

Images: powerstar.co.uk


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