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With 25 years’ experience and a proven track record across the finishing


industry, ELPR Marketing is highlighting a range of communication techniques and the benefits achieved by their close integration.


ELPR Marketing Limited INDUSTRY FOCUS CENTRAL TO MARKETING SUCCESS


An emphasis on providing marketing services in specific areas of industry – including extensive involvement in the finishing and surface treatment sector – is at the heart of the details being presented by ELPR Marketing Ltd.


Since the late 1980’s, the company has provided a range of marketing and communication services to its clients. These include press relations, website development and maintenance, and advertising together with the production of printed material, electronic and social media marketing, and exhibition support – two of ELPR’s major clients are also participating in this year’s show.


The organisation is drawing particular attention to two key factors. Firstly, the belief that close integration between marketing activities optimises both impact and budget effectiveness and, secondly, the view that a commitment to writing quality – matching the marketing


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Experts in precious & non precious metal analysis for industries including jewellery,


automotive, medical, fashion accessories, textiles & toys. Also available, product & consumer safety testing, consultancy, research & tailored training programmes.


technique being deployed – is paramount. These are principles that have underpinned ELPR’s success over the last 25 years.


Whether in the context of an ad-hoc requirement or via a long term, detailed campaign, ELPR Marketing has a background and an approach that are well-established and proven with clients throughout the finishing industry.


ELPR Marketing Limited Meadow House 14 Manor Drive Stretton on Dunsmore Rugby, Warwickshire CV11 6BW


Telephone: +44 (0) 24 7654 0444 Email: enquiries@elpr.co.uk www.elpr.co.uk.com


The Laboratory At The Birmingham Assay Office


The Laboratory at The Birmingham Assay Office is at the forefront of analytical technology and provides a comprehensive range of scientific services for manufacturers. The Laboratory is one of the UK’s leading independent test houses for precious & base metal analysis including Nickel, Lead & Cadmium compliance and is UKAS accredited to ISO 17025. Thousands of items, both precious and base are tested here every year to make sure they comply with European REACH regulations, the ROHS Directive and other international standards. Testing services available include: precious and base metal analysis, melting services, umpire analysis, Nickel, Lead/ Cadmium testing and leather and textile analysis. Product performance tests include: Durability, Plating Thickness, Tarnishing, Packaging and Hardness testing.


The Laboratory facilities are state of the art and considerable on-going investment


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Ad Qual would be pleased to discuss and offer independent advice on your training


requirements, safety, health & environmental issues or appli- cation or performance problems with paint or powder coatings.


Ad Qual Group


Truly independent advice is difficult to find. Since 1993, Ad Qual has been the leading, independent advisory service to the product finishing industry. Our team of Finishing associates offers you the benefit of our reservoir of experience: advice that will bring you on track and keep you there as your business develops. With our input, deficiencies in many areas of day-to-day finishing operations have been exposed and we have been able to contribute to profitable growth by providing time, experience and attention to detail.


Our Specialist Training Services provide you with in-house expertise to cope with any future problems that may arise.


The Ad Qual Group has vast experience of all aspects of the organic product finishing industry. This practical knowledge ranges from developing paints, lacquers, varnishes and powder coatings - including products for electrostatic application - to plant design and


18 SURFACE WORLD september 2013 - show issue troubleshooting of all types of coating applications.


Our specialism extends to safety, health and environmental, where we can provide testing services for emissions to atmosphere and workplace monitoring for VOC and particulates as well as guidance on risk assessments.


Ad Qual Castech Ltd 28 Mirfield Road Solihull


West Midlands B91 1JD


United Kingdom


Telephone: +44 (0) 121 705 8715 Email: malcolm@castechnology.co.uk www.castechnology.co.uk


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has lead to its recognition as a centre of excellence for its expertise in specialist analytical procedures. The continuous professional development of the highly qualified and experienced laboratory staff has also lead to the provision of a range of consultancy services and training courses for customers from a variety of industrial sectors.


The Laboratory At The Birmingham Assay Office PO Box 151 Newhall street Birmingham B3 1SB


United Kingdom


Telephone: +44 (0) 121 236 6951 Email: testing@theassyaoffice.co.uk www.thelaboratory.co.uk


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