Control room furniture manufacturer Winsted is set to return to IFSEC 2018 unveiling their exciting and futuristic new console – The Prestige WAVE, on stand F202. Expanding Capabilities Designed and constructed specifically for today’s control room technology, the sleek new console, ergonomically designed with its impressive appearance and aesthetic options, is the latest addition to the company’s portfolio and is a clear demonstration of the company’s on-going and expanding capabilities. Engineered as a modular system, it enables the configuration to be tailored specifically to meet precise operating or room requirements. A range of finishes and accessories are available including monitor mounts, CPU holders and storage to fully customise any workspace. Round-The-Clock Monitoring Terry Shough, Winsted’s General Manager, hails the new Wave console as an important and innovative addition to the company’s comprehensive line-up of control room furniture, Shough commented, “The smart modular solution is highly adaptable, designed to meet the rigorous demands of a 24/7 environment, but not at the expense of style or aesthetics.” Winsted representatives will be on-hand throughout the event to discuss customer-specific requirements and provide helpful information on the latest trends and developments in the industry in order to equip visitors with the best solution to meet their control-room requirements.
Richardson will manage the company’s customer base in the Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Qatar regions of the Middle East Winsted Corporation, a provider of control room console solutions, announces the addition of Natalie Richardson, regional sales manager, to the company’s U.K. business development team. New Job Role Richardson will manage the company’s fast expanding customer base in the Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Qatar regions of the Middle East. With 16 years of experience and knowledge, she brings a strong background in sales and business development. Adding Richardson to the team is a result of increasing volume of product inquiries and ensuring the growing demand is adequately met. “The rising popularity of our equipment means we are investing in increased support to handle our expanding order books and maintain the high standard of Winsted’s frontline customer support in the long-term,” said Terry Shough, general manager of Winsted’s U.K. operations. “Natalie’s appointment is part of our on-going business development plan to establish a network of highly motivated and knowledgeable personnel that will reinforce Winsted’s position.” Winsted Expansion Based in Minneapolis, Winsted expanded to overseas territories in 1975, primarily in the U.K., and in 1976 began concentrated efforts to establish distribution in the Middle East. “I am excited to join such a long-lived, very well regarded company like Winsted and a team that is committed to delivering best in class solutions,” Richardson said of her new position. Winsted’s international distribution was firmly established in 1984 with the formation of Winsted, Ltd. in Worcestershire, England. Since then, Winsted, Ltd. has become a design and manufacturing facility serving the European, Middle Eastern and African markets. With an expanding global network of distributors, Winsted is in an excellent position to satisfy and support its rapidly growing international client base.
Leading control room furniture manufacturer Winsted Europe & Middle East has unveiled its brand new IMPULSE console, designed and constructed specifically for today’s control room technology. Adjustable Height For Seated Or Standing Console The innovative IMPULSE console takes performance and comfort to new heights featuring two surfaces that adjust in height independently of each other at the touch of a button. Aesthetically designed in a contouring curve, the consoles work surfaces can be adjusted from 30” to 46” in height allowing users to easily vary posture and alternate between a sitting and standing position. As standard the IMPULSE console features a laminated work surfaces with Winsted’s proprietary Safeguard Edge. For added versatility, all IMPULSE consoles come complete with the company’s innovative Versa-Trak monitor mounting system. Consoles can be used as stand-alone workstations, or combined to create a custom configuration. Terry Shough, General Manager of Winsted Europe & Middle East enthused “The new IMPULSE offers a highly adaptable solution to demanding control and edit applications,” he continues “The innovative design is an effective solution for reducing the risks associated with prolonged sitting. Operators can instantaneously sit or stand as they choose while remaining effectively engaged with the demands of the task in hand.” The new console offers further advantages as well as a flexible modular and ergonomic design, a range of accessories including monitor mounts and CPU holders are available to customize any workspace.
Winsted will display its Sight-Line console & Versa-Trak display mounting system Leading control room console designer and manufacturer Winsted, will be returning to IFSEC 2015, on stand F1350, with an exciting and radical display of customized consoles, promising a unique twist on their traditional Sight-Line console, displaying Winsted’s ability to adapt its furniture to meet unique customer specifications. Demonstrating how customized contouring and finishes, with creative storage solutions can make for a very contemporary looking control room console; while, also benefiting from the high-feature set that a Sight-Line console has to offer, including the easy access cable management and Winsted’s Versa-Trak display mounting system for ergonomic comfort and adjustability. Winsted’s Console Range Is Easily Customized To Suit Any Application “This year we’ve decided to break from the norm and showcase our consoles in this exciting new way,” says Terry Shough, Winsted’s General Manager. “Visitors will be able to see how timeless and versatile Winsted’s console range is, and with a little creativity easily customized to suit any application or environment.” Winsted representatives will be on-hand throughout the event to offer the companies free design service, discuss customer-specific requirements and provide helpful information and advice on a range of control room-based issues.
The new facility will facilitate more stock holding of standard product lines, but also allow for a controlled growth programme Leading control room furniture manufacturer Winsted recently has announced their move to new premises. Increase in export sales with high profile project wins – with organization such as Yokogawa, Samsung, Google, HP and HSBC – have led the company to expand the size of its UK operations. The new facility will give the organization almost double the amount of space which will not only facilitate more stock holding of standard product lines, but also allow for a controlled growth program. Since its inception in 1984 the company has been located in Droitwich, a small Spa town north of Worcester. Over the last 4 years the company has seen tremendous growth in sales across Europe and the Middle East. In 2013 the company was awarded; for the second consecutive year; the Queens award for Enterprise in international Trade; the highest accolade for any UK business. This move brings Winsted to a new development conveniently situated in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire near Junction 1 of the M42 motorway providing access and links to all major roads, rail and air transportation hubs. Commenting on the move Terry Shough, Winsted’s General Manager said “The move to larger premises reflects our strong performance to date. We are excited about the move which will allow us to serve our clients even better, support our staff and give us room to expand even further in the future.” He continues “Quite simply, we out grew our existing premises. We were fortunate to find such a nice space close to our current office. We really wanted to limit the impact that relocation could have on our clients and our employees. I don’t think we could have found a better location for our team. Our new location and enhanced operational efficiencies will help us continue to grow and evolve to keep pace with our client’s needs, allowing us to provide exceptional value and superior service along the way.”
Winsted’s new Horizon console features two surfaces that adjust independently of each other Leading control room furniture manufacturer Winsted Europe & Middle East will be making a return to Intersec making a statement with the launch of their latest in innovative designed workstations with the new dual sit/stand ‘Horizon’ console on stand C216, hall S1. Winsted’s new Horizon console takes performance and comfort to new heights featuring two surfaces that adjust independently of each other at the touch of a button. Aesthetically designed in a contouring curve, the new console can be adjusted from 27.5” to 47” in height with adjustable monitor mounts for optimal viewing angles and ergonomic sight lines for control room staff. The new console offers further advantages including a flexible modular and ergonomic design. Terry Shough, General Manager of Winsted Europe & Middle East enthused “The new Horizon offers a highly adaptable solution to demanding control room applications,” he continues “The innovative design is an effective solution for reducing the risks associated with prolonged sitting. Operators can instantaneously sit or stand as they choose while remaining effectively engaged with the demands of the task in hand.” Winsted representatives will be on-hand throughout INTERSEC to discuss customer-specific requirements and provide helpful information and advice on a range of control room-based issues. Winsted’s design services include illustrative walk-through animations demonstrating the multiple benefits of ergonomically designed, modular and ‘future-proof’ solutions such as consoles, media storage equipment and monitor walls.
Julie will look after Winsted’s fast expanding customer base, which covers the UK, Europe and Middle Eastern markets Leading control room furniture manufacturer Winsted Ltd has boosted its frontline customer sales and development support with the appointment of Julie McGill. Julie joins Winsted’s Business Development team as UK Sales Manager and will be helping to look after the company’s fast expanding customer base, which covers the UK, Europe and Middle Eastern markets. Julie has a strong background in customer service, sales and business development: bringing with her a wide-ranging 25 years’ experience and knowledge. Commenting on the decision to recruit Julie, Winsted’s General Manager, Terry Shough, explains that Winsted is reacting to its increasing volume of enquiries and sales orders and ensuring this demand is adequately met. “The rising popularity of our equipment means we are investing in increased support to handle our expanding order books and maintain the high standard of Winsted’s frontline customer support in the long-term,” he says. “Julie’s appointment is part of our on-going business development plan to establish a network of highly motivated and knowledgeable personnel that will reinforce Winsted’s position." Commenting on her appointment Julie said, “I am excited to join such a long lived, very well-regarded company like Winsted, and join a team that is committed to delivering best in class solutions."
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