Tuesday, December 13, 2011

News: Export growth leads to new distributors for EMS


Following a year of growth, Rotherham based manufacturing company EMS UK Ltd has expanded its international network by signing distribution agreements with companies in Sri Lanka, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain and Malta.

The award-winning Templeborough company manufactures Powerstar, a voltage optimisation system with a patented design, which can actively reduce electrical energy consumption by an average of 12-15% of consumed electricity.

In Sri Lanka, Powerstar has signed an exclusive agreement with Direct Contact International (Pvt) Ltd, a subsidiary of Coalit UK, to market, develop and install the Powerstar products. Reference projects include the company’s own office complex, as well as leading hospitality brand Cinnamon Hotels & Resorts.

EMS has also secured an agreement with the UAE’s MHM Green Systems in Dubai to optimise power consumption at the famous Atlantis The Palm Hotel, Dubai. Other projects include Marriott Hotels and Tencate.

In Bahrain the company has secured a distribution agreement with Mannai Tech and in Malta CD Powersaving recently became an exclusive distributor for Powerstar after already a successful period of cooperation. Projects include Millies Cookies and Amigos Restaurants.

Paul North, international business development manager at EMS, said: "In response to increased international interest in Powerstar, our market leading voltage optimisation solution, we are happy to announce we have signed a number of international distribution agreements.

"Having experienced significant growth over the past few years, both in the UK and internationally, we anticipate our growth to continue at an even faster pace thanks to mounting worldwide demand for our revolutionary technology. We are proud to be flying the flag in so many new markets, particularly bearing in mind the current economic climate."

The latest additions to the growing team of international distributors now sees the Powerstar system exported to more that 15 countries which also include Ireland, Cyprus, Greece, Australia and South Africa.

The company is celebrating 10 years of continued success, having recently announced another successful 12 months trading, with turnover increasing by 50%, to £12.4m.

EMS website

Images: powerstar.co.uk


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