Process industry solution provider Process Instruments has rebranded and is now known as Process Instrument Solutions.
The rebrand will help facilitate the company’s growth in its key sectors which are Food & Beverage, Bio Energy, Chemical, Power and Pharmaceutical.
This regeneration is bolstered by the growth the company has seen over the last five years with an increase of 300% in its sales in that time. Furthermore, with the appointment of six people during the last 18 months and an investment of £100,000 on state-of-the-art equipment for its site team, the rebrand has come at a pivotal time for the company.
The new brand campaign includes a refreshed logo and updated website that reflects the company’s growing reputation as a leading process industry solutions business. With its main office in Woolpit, Suffolk, the business operates across the UK and Europe, working in partnership with global giants such as Siemens, Labom and Bürkert.
“Our motivating new brand runs deeper than the aesthetics of a new logo,” says managing director Jon Tayler: “To make sure we are meeting the needs of our clients we have continually adapted, expanded and evolved over time and this rebrand embodies this evolution.”
Jon continues: “Process Instrument Solutions has been providing high quality instrumentation and services for over 30 years and this tradition is celebrated in our rebrand as we believe our principled ways of working really make us stand out. Our mission remains to tailor instrumentation solutions for process applications, partnering with our valued clients to improve and optimise processes.”
Jon concludes: “We have stood the test of time. Now we’re ready to take our organisation into a new era which reflects our impressive team made up of ambitious and talented individuals who share a clear vision and devotion to offering extraordinary customer service and quality instrumentation.”
Amongst many local and high-worth projects, Process Instrument Solutions is providing effective solutions for the instrumentation requirements at Treatt’s new £41million headquarters in Bury St Edmunds.
Recently the company was also announced as winners of Siemens Partner of the Year 2021/2.
For more information visit processinstrumentsolutions.co.uk