Page 11 - Entertainmnet Technology 246 - August 2013

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Doughty Offer New Laser
Engraving Service
Companies that use
Doughty Engineering’s
range of aluminium
clamps now have the
added bonus of being
able to personalise
their products with
their company logo.
Doughty has invested in professional laser etching
machinery, thus offering its clients the opportunity of
advertising their own brand on every aluminium clamp they
use.
Julian Chiverton, sales director, said: “At Doughty we
constantly look to improve our methods of manufacture.
This investment enables us to engrave higher quality
details and logos on our clamps and provide a custom
service free of charge in the process.”
He added: “Safety is a number one priority at Doughty and
our products have always carried the date of manufacture
for traceability, safe working load (SWL), TÜV where
applicable and the Doughty logo. With the laser engraver
these details are clearer and more visible than ever before
on each and every clamp, so clients can rest assured that
their branding will look fantastic!”
Doughty Engineering Ltd is offering professional laser
engraving on all aluminium clamps, at no extra charge for
a minimum order of 100 units. All the customer needs to
provide is a high quality, preferably vector, file of their logo.
For further details contact the sales department at Doughty
Engineering, telephone 01425 478961.
www.doughty-engineering.co.uk
Stage Electrics on Sunday Times HSBC
International Track 200
Stage
Electrics
has
announced that it has been
awarded a place on the fourth
annual Sunday Times HSBC
International Track 200,
published with the Business
section of the Sunday Times
at the beginning July 2013
and currently available on the
website.
The
Sunday
Times
International Track 200 ranks
Britain’s mid-market private
companies with the fastest-growing international sales, measured over their
latest two years of performance. It is a natural expansion of the Sunday Times
International Track 100 league table, which has been published for the past two
years, with the minimum sales threshold increased from £5m to £25m.
Stage Electrics is ranked 53 in the 2013 table, having achieved 77.7% annual
international sales growth in excess of 2.3 million GBP between 2010 and 2012.
“It is fantastic to be recognised in these rankings by The Sunday Times HSBC
International Track 200.” says Dan Aldridge, managing director, Stage Electrics.
“Our decision to drive growth through international expansion is a key part of
our business plan. Delivering exceptional service to customers in the UK and
overseas has resulted in continually growing levels of demand. Achieving this
ranking is a great endorsement of our efforts.”
The fourth annual International Track 200 awards dinner will be held at the
Jumeirah Carlton Tower in London on September 17.
In picture: Stage Electrics’ James Irvine (operations director), Dan
Aldridge (managing director) and Bob Smith (finance director).
www.stage-electrics.co.uk