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Linx on the prowl with new UK headquarters

International coding and marking specialist Linx Printing Technologies has unveiled its new purpose-built UK headquarters

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(L to R) Mike Keeling, founder of Linx, Jonathan Djanogly – MP for Huntingdon, Hill Weinberg, founder of Linx, and Nigel Hood, managing director at Linx

The 41,000sq ft site in in St. Ives, Cambridgeshire, was opened at the end of March by MP Jonathan Djanogly.

Representing an investment of approximately £8m, the new facility boasts a number of green credentials such as solar panels on the roof for additional energy and highly-insulated composite panels to reduce energy usage.

The new headquarters also feature heat recovery technology within air handling units and the use of low-energy LED lighting in most areas.

This new facility will enable Linx to build even further on our success with state-of-the art product development, manufacturing, training and service facilities that will allow us to compete at the highest level in global markets

Nigel Hood, managing director of Linx, comments: “The new headquarters building not only underlines Linx’s commitment to developing the leading coding and marking equipment for customers and the best working environment for employees, but also our environmental credentials as a conscientious local employer and an international manufacturer.

“This new facility will enable Linx to build even further on our success with state-of-the art product development, manufacturing, training and service facilities that will allow us to compete at the highest level in global markets.”

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