£3,000,000 Investment Announced By Fleet Line Markers Limited: Industry leading line marking manufacturer, Fleet Line Markers, has announced a new £3 million investment scheme to significantly expand its paint chemistry and software departments.
With the scheme to commence in December 2017, this latest development will enable the line marking pioneer to advance its innovations in both line marking paint and machines – having manufactured and released four new machines over the past six months alone, including the new Kombi range and GNSS guided line marker, MAQA.
Fleet have also have released a new range of cheaper paints that will compete with lesser competitor brands.
Fleet already employs 5 software engineers and is excited to greet yet another member in August 2017; new Java expert that will complement the skills of the specialist team.
Managing Director of Fleet Line Markers, Iain McGuffie, confirmed: “I am extremely excited about our significant investment into both Paint Chemistry and Software Development, and the amazing industry advantage that it will give to all Fleet customers.”
“All of our product innovations are built on our excellent understanding of customer requirements – from high quality, but cost effective paint, to line marking machines that eliminate both the time and costs associated with initial marking. This new investment scheme will enable us to work harder on these innovations, bringing more firsts to the market that boast the potential to be life changing.”
Founded in 1953 by Peter McGuffie, Fleet Line Markers is the established market leader within the line marking sector, being the first UK manufacturer to bring key developments to the market – namely laser guided and GNSS guided line marking machines.
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