50th Anniversary Celebratory Open House and Official Opening of Filtermist’s new Telford Distribution Centre

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Filtermist International Ltd is hosting an Open House to mark its 50th anniversary and the official opening of its new Distribution Centre.

About this Event

Telford based Filtermist International Ltd will be showcasing just how much the company has changed since it was first established in 1969 at an Open House being held on Friday 13th September.

The Open House has been planned to mark the company’s 50th anniversary and will also see the official opening of Filtermist’s brand-new 30,000 sq ft Distribution Centre in Telford – located within walking distance of its purpose-built Headquarters on the T54 Business Park.

Best known as being a manufacturer of its own brand centrifugal oil mist filters, Filtermist has been on the acquisition trail since 2016 and now owns a number of companies including Dustcheck Ltd, Multi-Fan Systems, Kerstar Ltd and the Yorkshire based DCS Group of Companies.

The Open House offers a perfect opportunity to introduce guests to the wide range of products and services Filtermist now offers, as CEO James Stansfield explains:

“Filtermist oil mist collectors are very well known in the UK metalworking sector, but the company has expanded so quickly in recent years that our customers may not be fully aware of everything else we now offer. We’ll be showcasing a range of industrial clean air solutions manufactured by our subsidiary companies including dry dust filters and wet collectors, industrial vacuum cleaners, FastClip ducting, Ecogate energy saving technology for centralised extraction systems and much more.

“The timing of the Open House perfectly coincides with us receiving the keys to our brand-new Distribution Centre so we are taking the opportunity to officially open this building at the same time.

“We are delighted that James Selka, CEO of the Manufacturing Technologies Association, has agreed to say a few words at the event and officially announce the new building open for business.”