Two names under one banner

Premier Interlink (Waco UK), supplier of modular building solutions, recently purchased the intellectual property rights of Britspace - which ceased trading in 2011- including the design rights for Britspace products.

Why buy the Intellectual Property for Britspace?
The combination of expertise from Britspace and Premier Interlink will ensure that Premier Interlink consolidates its position as a market leader, at the forefront of offsite construction solutions

What does this mean for Premier Interlink?
With the employment of key individuals from Britspace, Premier Interlink has supplemented its existing team with further experience and a wealth of management, design, manufacturing and project management skills.

Eugenio de Sa, managing director of Premier Interlink, says that the synergies and benefits of combining two of the industry’s most innovative players will bring significant improvements in products and cost efficiencies: “We have already been successful in value engineering a number of our products and making these both more efficient and cost effective. We have the full support of our holding company and have been allocated further funds in order to expand our operations, which include a high quality hire fleet.”

The Britspace products will allow Premier Interlink to extend their expertise to a wider range of market sectors such as education, healthcare, retail, custodial, construction, residential/living accommodation, defence/MoD, commercial and hotels and leisure.

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