The Meech UK headquarters in Oxfordshire
Meech International has ended 2014 with a “consistently positive performance” across all its regions worldwide, with a strong rise in sales over the past year.
The UK-headquartered company, which specialises in the development and manufacture of electrostatic controls, says its business in export markets has been a considerable contributing factor in its success.
“Meech does not focus exclusively its efforts on the UK and Europe, but also looks into new markets abroad on a frequent basis, with the aim to establish a global presence,” commented Adam Battrick, Meech Sales Director. “China has already proven to be a profitable region and Latin America is fast revealing itself as a growing market worth investing in.”
Meech says its Hyperion static control series of pulsed DC bars, as well as its web-cleaning range, have attracted significant attention from a wide variety of sectors, with its product ranges performing particularly well with OEMs and end customers in the German market.
In the past year, the company has also expanded and reorganised its production areas by leasing an additional building located close to its head office in Oxfordshire, UK. The 4000 sq. feet property is now the main production facility for web-cleaners, IonRinse and JetStream product ranges, while also housing research, development and engineering for all Meech systems, including the static control and Meech Air Technology (MAT) series.
“By investing heavily in our premises and personnel, we are able to introduce more new products to the market while also providing the high level of service our clients have come to expect from the Meech brand,” continued Battrick. “We are a company that is well represented abroad and we intend to maintain this image by staying competitive and investing in the most promising markets, whether it is China and India or South Africa and South America.”