Engraving business moves to bigger home
A SUCCESSFUL Clevedon company has celebrated moving into new premises and an order book to match.
Brunel Engraving is a leading supplier of trophies, medals and awards.
It has relocated from a retail outlet in Highdale Avenue and a workship in Hither Green to a modern building in Britannia Way.
Martyn Wright, who founded the business in 1989, said: “The move brings our expanding operation under one roof.
“This is a very positive step for us as it means our offices, workshop and design facility are now based in larger premises on the same site.”
Brunel Engraving has grown from its origins in small offices next door to the Curzon cinema in Old Church Road and developed into one of the largest engraving businesses in the UK.
It handles national and international clients, employs 13 local people and has an annual turnover of more than �1million. Its clientele include Marks and Spencer, Sainsbury’s and The Body Shop.
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The company is also recognised as a preferred supplier to the Palace and has created every individual plaque on Clevedon Pier.