Wednesday 29 June 2016
Anyone who has read my previous blog will know that last week’s Brexit result was 180 degrees away from what I wanted. I have always held our European suppliers and customers in the highest regard and still do. I value the many forms of positive relationship that have been created as we have traded with EU companies, joined in on Framework 5/6/7 projects, exhibited at European events and shared business and technical experience.
Since 1973 Jenton has survived the UK entering the EEC, Black Wednesday and the The Maastricht Treaty, all of which had a major impact on our business and have proved that , as Donald Tusk said “What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger”. Change brings opportunity and we’ll be building our manufacturing of automation and seal testing equipment, UV disinfection and UV curing equipment as well as enlarging our service team and developing our many patents. We aren’t going anywhere except up.
Wednesday 1 June 2016
For many years Jenton acted (and still acts) as a Distributor for Packaging, Converting and UV curing equipment only to the UK. Now we are manufacturing our own machines we want to access markets outside the UK.
So far we’ve sold UV curing equipment in Austria, Ireland, Sweden, Germany and France. We’ve sold seal testers in Sweden, Ireland, Belgium, France, Canada.; pad placers in Norway and Finland. We have convergers in Spain, Russia, Austria, Switzerland, Germany, USA, Japan and we have UV disinfection in Sweden, Holland, USA and the Philippines. And more.
All this with NO distributor…..So…how much better could we do with local support!
We design and make our own innovative equipment for Packaging, Converting, UV curing and UV disinfection. Our customers like our equipment.
We are interested in meeting OEMs and distributors active in the food industry for our packaging automation, in the medical/print/adhesive market of UV curing and air handling markets for our UV disinfection. We know that business grows from a small start but we want some small starts in markets and countries outside the UK! Please call Richard Little if this sounds interesting.