Gloucestershire company Mobex expands north of the border

Leading mobile exhibition specialist Mobex Ltd has made the move north of the border by opening a new depot in East Kilbride, Scotland.  

The move – made in direct response to requests from clients – will enable Gloucestershire-based Mobex to look after the needs of the increasing number of organisations requiring support to exhibit at events in northern Britain.  Mobex clients are looking to the firm to supply stands for a range of shows in 2010, including Scotplant (March 2010), ScotGras (May), the Royal Highland Show (June) and the Black Isle Show (August).

The new Scottish base will enable clients to save on the costs and time involved in transporting trailers from the south.  They will also benefit from the services of local Mobex staff – Scottish clients and those exhibiting north of the border will be looked after by Stevie Cameron and Paula Steele.

A selection of units has been relocated from the firm’s Gloucestershire HQ to Scotland to enable the company to service clients in the north promptly and efficiently. 

Mobex has more than 30 years’ experience in the hire, manufacture, design and management of exhibition trailers.  Recent business growth has led the company to develop new offices at its Berkeley, Gloucestershire, HQ to accommodate the growing number of staff.

“In a difficult business climate we have been growing steadily by focusing on offering our clients value for money” said Managing Director Allan Plant.  “Our presence in Scotland will ensure we can deliver the same prompt and efficient service to clients running or attending events in the north as we do in the rest of Britain.”

Mobex Ltd is one of the leading mobile exhibition and roadshow suppliers in the UK, with a larger trailer stock than any other company.  The firm has more than 30 years’ experience in the hire, manufacture, design and management of exhibition trailers and is the only UK-based company to design and build both mobile units and internal stands.  Clients include the Department of Health, a range of NHS bodies, Business Link and many local authorities and public organisations, as well as a wide range of businesses.  




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