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ESi expands for future growth

Heating controls manufacturer ESi Controls is taking major strides following its recent acquisition by the Swedish-based Addtech Group.

ESi Controls is a UK company based in Buckingham, designing and delivering energy efficient electronic controls for heating and smart building applications.

The company has tripled the size of its headquarters and warehouse in Buckingham to allow for recent and future growth and to allow it to substantially increase its stockholding to avoid issues experienced by many companies in the UK in recent months, caused by shipping delays.

Managing director Tristan James said: “We have seen significant growth year on year for several years now and we were creaking at the edges in our original base. Luckily a number of units became available next to our current home and we have been able to acquire these to house the growth we are seeing, as ESi becomes recognised as a major player in the UK heating sector.”

ESi has recently launched its latest 6 Series WiFi Programmable Room Thermostat, offering the latest in heating control for homes and commercial premises here in the UK.

“The arrival of the 6 Series has only added to the demand for our products and the need for additional warehouse space to accommodate our stock,” continued Mr James. “These are exciting times at ESi and this growth in our premises and in our sales team are exciting steps in the company’s consolidation and positioning in the UK heating sector.”

6 September 2021

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