Waterloo reports surge in orders and turnover

Waterloo Air Products
Double-digit turnover growth — Waterloo’s Rick Edmondson.

Waterloo Air Products, which specialises in air distribution, has seen its order books double in the last 12 months and turnover increase by 12%. Company chairman Rick Edmondson said, ‘We are optimistic that we can continue to exceed our goals for growth and profitability, but also for customer services and innovation.’

High-profile projects completed in the last 12 months include Marks & Spencer’s Pantheon store in London’s Oxford Street, the Library of Birmingham and Manchester Metropolitan University.

The increase in projects has seen Waterloo taking on seven staff to help with additional projects and the recruitment of additional sales agents, including Addy Associates and Key Development Sales to cover the north of the country.

Rick Edmondson says, ‘The industry is far more buoyant, and this has translated into increased sales, particularly for new projects. The changes and additions to our sales presence will strengthen our position in the UK, and the company will benefit from projects in need of the quality, reliability and pricing that our air-distribution products can provide.’

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