23rd October 2009
Stock Displays Continue to Soar Despite Recession
Doncaster based company Stock Displays have proven that it’s not all doom and gloom in the business world by recently moving into a brand new 25,000sq ft warehouse and office complex at Sky Business Park, next to Robin Hood International Airport.
based company Stock Displays have proven that it’s not all doom and gloom in
the business world by recently moving into a brand new 25,000sq ft warehouse
and office complex at
Displays, who manufacture and supply a wide range of display and exhibition
solutions, were established in 2002 by brothers Damian and James Edwards. The
continued growth of the company saw them move to the new purpose-built premises
Director Damian Edwards said of the move “We are delighted with the way the
company has continually grown over the last few years despite the recent
economic downturn, and to be honest the move to this new site was essential in
order to sustain that growth. I am also very happy to say that over that same
period we have had the need to steadily increase our workforce, both here in
and at our manufacturing facility in the far east.”
Displays’ clients include signs companies, exhibition contractors, high street
retailers and local authorities. Some of their highest profile customers
include Marks & Spencer, Morrisons and the Royal Albert Hall.
well as the companies offices, showroom and manufacturing lines, the new
building includes a 15,000sq ft warehouse stocking products including poster
frames, pavement signs, light boxes, banner stands and notice boards. This huge
stock means that next day delivery is possible on most of their products.
Stock Displays manufacture all of their products in-house at both their
offer a bespoke specials service to suit any budget – whether it is a single
snap frame, or 200 light boxes. They also have a dedicated design and print
department, meaning full colour printed posters and banners can be supplied
together with the display products.