Sales growth and major plans for 2023
Published: 31 January, 2023
HI-LINE INDUSTRIES, a UK-based leader in the design, manufacture and installation of energy-efficient compressed air purification equipment, is reporting continued growth in year-on-year sales, with results for the last quarter well ahead of forecast. The company says this positive news is a reflection of the added value provided by its products and services, which help UK users of compressed air to achieve genuine competitive gain.
To support its growing sales, Hi-line has completed a management reshuffle that will ensure its expanding customer base can take advantage of even higher service levels. Following on from the appointment of Steve Smith as managing director in May 2022, Brad Beesley is now general manager, heading up the Sales Department. In addition, Darren Sims now sits at the helm of the Technical Department as the company’s new technical director, while Craig Watson takes up the role of business administration manager to lead Hi-line’s Administration Department.
Hi-line says at present everything centres on growth, emphasising the success story of this forward-thinking UK manufacturing business. By way of example, spring 2023 will see the start of an extension to the company’s UK headquarters in Burton-upon-Trent. This significant project will provide a huge boon to the in-house manufacturing processes, while simultaneously increasing warehouse space.
Hi-line says it also takes its corporate sustainability responsibilities extremely seriously, which is why the company is currently installing a series of electric vehicle chargers at its Burton-upon-Trent facility. This activity precedes a number of electric vehicles currently on order, which will drive down carbon emissions and support Hi-line’s position as an industry flagbearer for environmental issues. The company says many of its products also underpin this ethos, largely via innovative technologies that help to reduce energy consumption.
In a further environmental project, Hi-line will be self-sufficient with solar energy by 31 March 2023, delivering a huge milestone in the company’s carbon-offset programme
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