The latest edition of DP Update featuring Thundercats, redevelopment, quality and a bit about Brexit.
Summer is here and it’s a scorcher – for the moment. But who knows, as always, it’s never a certainty. A bit like England’s decent football performances and DP Seals newsletters, you’re never quite sure when they’e going to turn up. But this time they’ve both arrived at the same time. Inside this edition, plans for our future expansion, case studies on Ricoh and Bulgin along with feature articles and staff news.
In our 40th anniversary year, we commissioned our new logo, which we hope you’ll be familiar with by now. At the same time, we started work on updating our website and this duly went live back in April.
Welcome to the Summer edition of DP Update. There have been plenty of interesting events since our last issue, not least the EU referendum – but despite the result, we’re happy to say that, if anything, manufacturing seems to have increased and signs for the future appear positive.
Like most successful companies, we take our corporate identity very seriously, endeavouring to communicate a consistent, distinctive message through every piece of material we put out into the world. And at the heart of this, of course, is our logo – the single most recognisable symbol of our presence and position in the market.
In our 40th year, we decided it was time for it to evolve a little more – giving it a look that’s not only contemporary and stylish, but also sympathetically reflects our past, present and future.
Gas fluorination, Milkrite’s Ultraclaw, Norsok Standard and AWS20 Cryogenic Cleaner.
Gas fluorination is another of the comprehensive range of services we offer our customers, enabling us to modify the surface properties of components without any effect on the core material itself