ADS Creative are delighted to be involved in the rebranding of one of our mainstay clients, Pipeline Engineering, following their takeover by American giant Circor International Inc. The takeover could well have spelt the end of a long and fruitful relationship between Pipeline Engineering, who supply pigging products and services to the pipeline industry across the globe, and ADS Creative. However, Circor management recognised the value of the local supply network and the trust built up between businesses over years of working together. As such ADS Creative have now begun work on rebranding a wide range of promotional material such as brochures, stationery and exhibition material for Pipeline Engineering.
One of the North East’s longest established web design consultancies this week began work on a new website aimed at providing training to medical staff in Accident and Emergency departments across the country, in breaking Ultrasound scanning techniques which could make a huge difference to the speed and accuracty of diagnosis for physicians. Approached by the Northern Emergency Medicine Ultra Sound Group (NEMUS), ADS Creative have already started working on the new website which will provide training course details but will crucially also provide registered members with an ever expanding library of resources and peer reports in order to further the knowledge and experience of all involved.
Bruce Wilkie of ADS Creative said “With any project involving the public sector, and in particular when working with the NHS, the aim is always to provide the highest quality of service within a tightly controlled budget. This website is no different and we’re confident that we’ll be able to deliver exactly what’s required, on time and on budget. We’re very proud to be asked to help in what is clearly of huge benefit to the health of the region and in fact the country at large”.
This month ADS Creative were surprised and delighted when approached by the Seneca Group of Hartlepool to take on the branding and marketing provision for their new Affordable Housing division Seneca Homes. ADS have for the last year been working with Seneca’s sister company Niramax Group, providing web design and advertising services and so pleased were Niramax with the level of service they received that they had no hesitation in recommending ADS. So strong in fact was the recommendation that no tender process was deemed necessary at all, just an introductory meeting to discuss specific requirements and within days the first design ideas have already been flowing out of our studio and receiving very positive feedback.
ADS Creative’s managing director, Bruce Wilkie commented “Of course we’re pleased with this coming out of the blue. With 40 years in business we’ve built up a great reputation in our field and have many really long term clients who are more than happy to pass our details, confident that we’ll repay that trust in us.”
With branding work already begun, expect Seneca Homes to start appearing in the media and on the internet as ADS Creative roll out the full spectrum of advertising and promotional material over the coming months including web site, press advertiing, signage and vehicle livery.
This week, Middlesbrough base graphic and web design consultancy ADS Creative, were overjoyed to be awarded the contract for a huge expansion of the website for Roseberry Care Centres. Having already provided them with their new corporate logo and brand style in late 2011, along with an interim website, ADS Creative then went about putting together a proposal for designing and developing a fully featured website, centred on the needs of the prospective residents and their families. And following extensive discussions and meetings with the management team at Roseberry, ADS were delighted to be confirmed as the suppliers for the new site going forwards.
The new site will provide detailed information, help and guidance for all nineteen of their care centres throughout the North of England, as well as a wealth of additional resources for residents and families.
The team at ADS Creative were this month delighted to be awarded the contract for designing a new website for our long term client VIXEN Surface Treatments Ltd. The new site will be targeted at the international market, most specifically America, with the intention of increasing international sales of their ground-breaking Aquablast Vapor Blasting equipment. With this being such a critical market for VIXEN, ADS Creative will be employing specialists in geolocation techniques and copy-writing for the American market in order to give the new site every advantage possible when they launch early in the New Year.
ADS Creative have been providing traditional media and advertising services to VIXEN for a number of years now. Expanding the provision of services into web design for them was the next logical step and one that Bruce Wilkie, Managing Director of ADS Creative, is particularly pleased with, saying “It’s really satisfying when we can provide a fully comprehensive design service to our clients. I can’t wait to show them what we can do.”
ADS Creative are delighted to have been selected by SSI UK to be included on their approved suppliers register. This means that we will continue our 40 year reltionship with the the producers of steel at the Redcar Blast furnace and other sites.
From the early days of British Steel, through to the more recent years of Corus, TATA and now SSI UK, ADS Creative have provided a huge range of graphical and web based services to those producing the steel on Teesside.
Already, ADS have provided display material for SSI UK, who are scheduled to re-ignite the Blast Furnace in Redcar in early January 2012.
ADS Creative were delighted to win a new contract and a new client this week when they were awarded the new website project for Geoffrey Robinson Ltd. Formed in 1971, Geoffrey Robinson Ltd design and supply heating, ventilation and air conditioning system but business and industry.
They are now at the cutting edge of a new wave of low energy, sustainable and environmentally friendly energy solutions and ADS Creative are excited to be able to help them bring these to the marketplace with a new bespoke, content managed website specifically for this purpose. Work is already underway and the launch of this exciting new website will be announced first soon.
ADS Creative are delighted to have been chosen by Darlington Housing Association for the provision of their new website and other design services as needed.
“I am really pleased about this success.” said ADS Creative managing director Bruce Wilkie. “This further expands our share of clients in the housing sector, a business sector we have been servicing for over a decade now. With that experience has come a clear insight into the unique needs of our housing clients and, indeed their tenants as well. I’m confident that we were able to demonstrate this to Darlington Housing Association, giving them in turn the confidence in us to deliver what we promise.”
Work has already begun on the new website which is expected to be launched before the end of the summer.
This week ADS Creative were delighted to learn that we successfully won the new contract to provide graphic and web design services to Niramax Total Waste Solutions.
This despite stiff competition from rival firms also bidding for the contract. In the end the client said that ADS Creative, who’s bid was not the cheapest, won by demonstrating a much greater attention to detail and planning than our competitors.
ADS Creative managing director, Bruce Wilkie said, “We’re really pleased with this result. The temptation is always there to continually try to undercut your competition on price, especially during tough economic times such as we see just now. However, we firmly believe in providing a quality service as we have always done, so simply charging less money for a poorer service is not an option for us. There is always a need to balance budget with quality and after nearly 40 years in business we believe that we have that balance right.”
The first project for Niramax is already underway, in the form of a fresh new website. This will be followed by print media work such as brochures and advertising.