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eps launches UK business

eps's new Nottinghamshire office, led by Anthony Sinclair, will supply barriers, fencing, ground coverings and more to its UK customers

By IQ on 27 Apr 2017

eps barriers, Beyoncé 2016 Formation tour, Commerzbank Arena, Frankfurt

eps stage barriers at the Commerzbank Arena in Frankfurt for Beyoncé's Formation tour


image © eps

eps, the German-headquartered, multinational event infrastructure supplier, is to open its first branch in the UK.

Led by managing director Okan Tombulca, eps supplies infrastructure and planning for numerous tours and festivals, including Beyoncé, Coldplay, Rihanna, Rock am Ring, Lollapalooza and Coachella, from its offices in Germany, Denmark, Italy, Poland, Switzerland, Australia, Brazil and the US.

Tombulca explains: “We have not entered the UK market in the past as we had a very successful partnership arrangement with Eve Trakway in the days when it was owned by Rick Barnett and Chris Lowton. We have now joined with them again to form our UK operation.

“We have worked with many UK promoters and organisations worldwide and I am delighted that we can now provide those same services direct”

“We have worked with many UK promoters and organisations worldwide and I am delighted that we can now provide those same services direct.”

eps UK team, based in Worksop, Nottinghamshire, will offer a range of roadway, fencing and barrier systems, including heavy-duty trackway, stage barriers, pedestrian pathways, security fencing systems, temporary lighting and pitch coverings.

eps UK managing director Anthony Sinclair adds: “There are many equipment providers in the UK, but we understand that it is service that is the most important element of any project – and to ensure we always delight our customers is critical. We promise, we deliver. It’s how the eps group was built.”

 


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