Edale launch new website, alongside growth announcement

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Amongst the flurry of recent machine sales and installations, show attendances and training days, UK based manufacturer Edale have launched their new interactive website with a host of new features.

The new website is easy to navigate with clean lines, bold imagery and refreshed copy ensuring a content rich experience for visitors. The responsive design also ensures compatibility with today’s smartphone and tablet devices making it easily accessible anywhere.

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The site has more product information, new images of machinery, as well as a strong focus on technology partnerships and the growing design and engineering consultancy aspect of Edale’s business. There is also more focus on the history of Edale, a glimpse into some of the employees, a case study area, alongside the values which Edale sets their standards by – Performance, Agility, Network and Vision – and the backbone of Edale’s philosophy.

As well as the new site launch, the increasing number of technology partners that Edale now work with, has led to the company expanding into the third and final unit at their Head Office based in Hampshire, increasing the already sizeable space by an additional 20,000 sq ft which allows Edale to increase production aligning with current and future growth plans.

The rapid growth of not only technology partnerships but also UK and Overseas sales has led to an increase in staff for the design and engineering and shop floor teams, with dedicated teams for partner product builds.

Edale strive for performance in everything that they do, be it products, service or people and with this in mind, the company have recently invested heavily in new Mazak CNC milling machinery and new operators, to ensure the performance of critical components, giving not only a guarantee of quality but also reliability of supply – for series manufacture, this is vital.

www.edale.com

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