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CSI Manufacturing opens new facility

Engraving technology and materials supplier, CSI Manufacturing, is preparing to open its brand new facility

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The company’s move from Clevedon to 9,750sq ft premises in Weston-Super-Mare marks a significant milestone in the company’s growth

CSI Manufacturing, an engraving technology and materials supplier, is set to open its new state-of-the-art premises in Weston-Super-Mare next week.

Opening with a special VIP ceremony on Tuesday, November 7th, the new 9,750sq ft premises mark a significant milestone in the company’s growth journey. 

The move from Clevedon to Weston-Super-Mare was completed on September 11th and the company says it represents a “pivotal moment” in its expansion plans which promises enhanced services for its partners.

At almost 10,000sq ft, the facility site was strategically selected to optimise logistical capabilities with the move enabling CSI Manufacturing to provide an even more streamlined experience for its customers and partners.

CSI Manufacturing supplies a range of laser and engraving machines and materials 

Commenting on the move, the company says: “Despite the exciting change in location, CSI Manufacturing’s contact details remain the same, ensuring uninterrupted communication and support. 

“If you have any questions, require assistance, or wish to explore the possibilities that the new premises offer, please don’t hesitate to reach out.”

Included in CSI’s offering are substrates such as acrylics, later and rotary materials, metals, and wood and rubber.

In the company’s hardware portfolio are CO2 and fiber lasers as well as flux entry level lasers and BOFA extraction systems. The company also supplies rotary and router engravers.

If you have any news, please email carys@linkpublishing.co.uk or join in with the conversation on Twitter and LinkedIn. 

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