TSL Expands Capabilities With New Premises Move

Maidenhead, UK (March 29, 2005)--Broadcast systems integrator and manufacturer TSL is ushering in a new era and preparing for an exciting future with the announcement that April will see the company move into new facilities in Maidenhead, UK. Though close in terms of proximity, the new premises are a long way ahead in terms of the space and opportunities they provide.
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Maidenhead, UK (March 29, 2005)--Broadcast systems integrator and manufacturer TSL is ushering in a new era and preparing for an exciting future with the announcement that April will see the company move into new facilities in Maidenhead, UK. Though close in terms of proximity, the new premises are a long way ahead in terms of the space and opportunities they provide.

The building has been tailored to TSL's precise requirements, as managing director David MacGregor explained. "We have outgrown our current space and have looked at the future and what we will need to be able to fully satisfy our customers. The new building is significantly larger and has been fitted out to our exact specifications. It is simply far more suited to our future requirements."

The new building provides an 11 meter (36 ft.) ceiling height and much greater office space. David Phillips, CEO, said, "One of the key advantages of the new building is that we have a clean, open system build area, so this allows us to build systems in the most efficient manner, as well as maximizing the quality of the service that we provide." TSL can configure the area as required depending on customer demands at a given time. By being able to handle multiple builds simultaneously, efficiencies will be achieved and these will be passed on to customers.

With the products division also able to benefit from better working practices and take advantage of the greater efficiencies the new building provides, TSL's future continues to look bright.

Phillips concluded, "The TSL team is eagerly awaiting the move to the new building so that we can begin to take advantage of all that it provides and feed that through to our customers."

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