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Metartec continue to grow despite tough economic times

30 November 2011

Zoom Metartec Ltd, the Critical Power Supply specialists, have continued to grow from strength to strength, even through the current economic crisis. The continuous success and development of Metartec, since launching in 2007, has permitted expansion of their geographical location, premises and personnel.

In addition to the premises in Middlesex and Belfast, Metartec have recently opened their first office in Bangkok, Thailand. This new office will service the Critical Power Supply market place in South East Asia. The opening of these premises in November 2010 was a landmark date for Metartec, as it represents the establishment of Metartec’s international presence. Currently the office in Thailand has an operating staff of five, with the intention of increasing this number to support the continued expansion of Metartec’s operational field.

Harold Ruff, who joined the company in January 2011, has extensive knowledge of the Critical Power Supply market and will be responsible for Metartec’s Business Development department in Thailand. Harold will support the communication of Metartec’s ethos, products and services throughout South East Asia and will generate new opportunities for Metartec within this new and exciting market.

As a result of Metartec’s remarkable growth within the Critical Power Supply market in the UK, the company has appointed various new positions within the past few months.

Metartec have also expanded their Marketing Department by employing a Marketing Executive in November 2010, who will support the growth of the business.

Nicole Magee, who recently graduated with a first class honours degree in Marketing, from the University of Ulster stated, “I am elated to be an associate within such a successful and fast growing organisation. The possibilities are endless and I am thrilled that Metartec are helping to power my future”. Nicole will be based in the Belfast office, which is the main hub for all of Metartec’s marketing activities.

Metartec believe that these new additions will help to drive the business forward by bringing a fresh approach to the organisation’s activities, and already new ideas are being generated and put in place.

Metartec’s Business Development Director, Steve McCallum, stated “I am ecstatic regarding the fantastic progress the company has made over the past few years. There is no sign of this growth slowing and we are looking forward to a bright future within the Critical Power Supply market”.

Metartec’s success will no doubt continue and there are already plans for further expansion in the near future.