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Independent Studio Services gets larger home

Ian McMurray 16 December 2011
Independent Studio Services gets larger home

Stage engineering equipment and installation supplier Independent Studio Services has moved to larger premises. The company says that the move has come about to facilitate the increased demand for its services.

“Independent Studio Services brings its full support and commitment to every project,” said managing director Simon Caldwell. “Our move to the new, larger premises will enable us to complement our site services, with in-house testing on a grander scale. Alongside this, we will be able to provide in-house training for products such our BGV C1 Lift Pile-wind hoist, and TT track systems provided by Tuchler,”

Independent Studio Services is an approved installer and partner of Tuchler and other brands such as ASM Steuerungstecknik, White Light, Milos, Prolyte Products UK and Hoac.

Part of the new Low Green premises will be given over to yet another facet of the Independent Studio Services portfolio of services, that of maintenance and inspection. Independent Studio Services says that it offers packages that ensure clients’ equipment complies with the latest safety regulations and legislation, and is kept running as efficiently and safely as possible.

“Our extensive experience with LOLER inspections of theatres, TV studios, conference centres, schools, and for a wide range of local authority facilities provides clients with a breadth of knowledge essential in securing a workplace and avoiding costly downtime,” added Caldwell. “We have established Independent Studio Services in accordance with the industry accreditation’s and associations such as ISO9001, ECA, ABTT, PLASA and PSA. Our intention is to assure our clients that we are one of the leading stage and theatrical engineering solution providers in the UK. Our move to the new premises will help us increase our capacity for serving our clients more efficiently in the years to come.”

www.istudioservices.com

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