Coventry based public relations company, Bridge PR and Media Services continue to expand their international related client base with a media services contract from Pollite, one of Europe’s largest manufacturers of specialised masts for airport runways.
Pollite approached Bridge about raising their profile in the airports industry in Europe, Asia and the Far East following recommendation from one of the industry’s leading publications who had known Bridge PR for nearly 15 years.
Bridge PR & Media Services will be carrying out strategic PR and media relations work over the next year for the Darlington company to get them well known to the many hundreds of airports around the world.
Specifically, the Bridge team will aim to establish a higher profile for Pollite with airport authorities and consultants who are responsible for the design and civil engineering for airfields using a variety of communications methods such as press releases, case studies, and newsletters.
Pollite design and manufacture specialised masts designed for airport runways taxiways and aprons. Their technical experts in boasting a portfolio of industry standard accreditations for their products has helped the secure recent contracts with airports at Prestwick, Glasgow, Liverpool, Jersey and Menorca.
Adrian Harrison, managing director of Pollite said: “We were introduced to Bridge PR by Airports International whilst carrying out an extensive search for an agency with experience in the Airport and Airfield Sector. We engaged Bridge PR on their recommendation and a company with a proven track record in this sector.”
Commenting on the new contract win, Denise Taylor, Bridge PR director said: “We are delighted to be working with Adrian and Pollite, using our skills, expertise and contacts to raise their profile quite substantially with potential customers.
She added: ‘’ We work with a number of Midland based companies who are looking to raise their awareness in the local and business press and especially with the trade publications representing their industry. We have over 25 years of trade press experience with just myself and my co-director, Gary Lillistone, who works with a number of our clients in the aerospace/airport sector.
In the past Year Bridge PR and Media Services has grown from strength to strength with two new additions to the account management team, Natalie Hunt and John Edden, and a series of new contract wins.
A number of their clients are Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber members. Bridge provide a wealth of support in the B2B sector and are continuously developing and maintaining relations with local, trade, and business press. The company also support national and international clients illustrating their diversity as a public relations provider.