EMS Group Accelerates Growth with Opening of New Brackley Office
Our new Brackley office is situated in a prime location and will increase our nationwide presence, allowing us to better support customers all over the UK to confidently meet and exceed their environmental compliance requirements.
At a time when reducing environmental impact is a commercial imperative, the opening of the new Brackley office will enhance our ability to work with customers as their environmental partner to ensure that regulations, legislation, and environmental goals are met. As a group, we have expertise in every aspect of a company’s interaction with the environment.
EMS and Envirocare, two Yorkshire-based environmental businesses, joined forces in 2019 and have been expanding across the UK, combining services and solutions as the EMS Group. EMS offer a holistic environmental service. This ranges from the supply, installation and maintenance of systems to monitor air emissions and monitor water emissions, through to environmental permitting and waste regulations, and the embedding and continuous improvement of environmental management systems. Envirocare are an MCERTS and UKAS accredited stack testing and occupational hygiene consultancy.
Pete Skipworth, Managing Director of EMS, is looking forward to the opening of the new office. He said:
“The new Brackley office will allow us to improve our responsiveness and give us greater coverage for our existing clients. It will also allow us to increase our client base in the South of England. Co-locating with Envirocare means easier access to our range of services for clients.”
John Healey, Managing Director of Envirocare, said:
“Quality of service remains paramount. Being close to clients is an important part of this. Our Glasgow and Bradford offices, and now our Brackley office shared with EMS, give us the spine down the UK mainland that we require.”
The opening of this new office further strengthens the EMS Group’s expansion and will enhance our ability to provide excellent customer service.