After a successful 2015 EPS are set for their busiest ever year in 2016.

2015 saw EPS widen its client base to include clients from the Oil and gas sector as the company celebrated a healthy and prosperous year. As a result of lot of hard work over the last 2 years EPS is set for a bumper 2016. We are pleased to confirm we have just agreed new contracts for 2016 totalling over £2 million including significant contracts with Stonegrove Refrigeration for site installations in the Midlands and London. Managing Director John Murphy was pleased with the outcome of recent negotiations, saying “we have put a lot of work into consolidating the company and a lot of work into ensuring we have a deliverable order book for 2016. We have worked with Stonegrove for a number of years and its very pleasing to know that they trust EPS to deliver these significant projects. Our clients recognise the package EPS brings, we have worked studiously on these projects to assist our clients with engineering a quality and cost effective solution.”
With contracts due to start immediately in the new year and run to April 2017 EPS will be ensuring all its clients continue to receive the same level of excellence while we also look to offer new services to our client base and build on the relationships we have built in the Oil and Gas and renewable sectors.
Operations Manager Lee Murphy mapped out 2016, “Our challenge was to firstly secure these contracts and then ensure they can be delivered, and we have done both of these, whilst also ensuring we have the capability to also service our existing and long standing clients. We are also working hard on being able to offer a more complete package to our refrigeration clients as we have recognised our experience and skills can assist our clients in other areas of industrial installations and remove some of their risk and cost. We hope to be able to offer those services to our clients during the next 12 months as part of the growth of the company.
The company has been putting in the hard yards to ensure we can now offer full fabrication services to Oil and Gas and renewable sectors and we fully expect to see that side of the business continue to grow. John added, “ We have undertaken some small scale projects for Oil and Gas Sector and we hope to do more in 2016. We know we cannot undertaken the large scale projects in our current facility but our flexibility, quality and professionalism means there is a place for the services we can offer, certainly within the Humber footprint. It’s an exciting time for the company and I’m really looking forward to watching us grow over the next 12 months.