MP Visits Integrex

South Derbyshire MP, Heather Wheeler, recently visited the design and manufacturing company, Integrex in Church Gresley to meet with Managing Director, Jonathan Portus and Sales Manager, Ben Winfield to discuss the range of innovative products that Integrex has to offer. The company supply a diverse range of stunning interactive technology for education, retail and corporate purposes. Integrex specialise on the design, development, manufacture and installation of interactive and immersive special needs equipment for sensory rooms, interactive education technology such as white boards for schools, bespoke self-service kiosks and cutting edge corporate AV systems. It was clear that with over 40 years of experience in the industry, the dedicated team at Integrex were well equipped to provide a service that is uniquely tailored to their client’s varied and complex demands.

The quality of innovation on the production floor at Integrex’s manufacturing facility was clearly evident as Mr Portus showed Heather their products. A diverse collection of interactive kiosks to provide postal, ticket collection, self-checkout and food ordering services demonstrated the intuitive nature of the company’s product design capability. Similarly, the interactive special needs, education and corporate technology showed the distinct versatility of Integrex’s manufacturing know-how. It is no surprise therefore that Integrex attracts a vast quantity of domestic and global clients, which is testament to their design and manufacturing prowess. Indeed, Integrex provides interactive special needs educational and teaching tools to most of the education authorities in the UK whilst their other domestic clients include blue-chip companies such as Vodafone, Sony, Tesco, Royal Mail and Rolls Royce, just to name a few. Furthermore, Integrex’s Kiosk technology attracts global Clients from countries such as Namibia, New Caledonia and most notably from Qatar who will be using the equipment for ticket services at the 2022 World Cup. 

Heather said:

“It was fascinating to visit Integrex to speak with Managing Director, Jonathan Portus and Sales Manager, Ben Winfield, and to see in person the meticulous work their team do here in Church Gresley. I am passionate about supporting British companies that provide innovative and cutting edge goods and services to emerging export markets. As Brexit approaches, it is companies like Integrex that will tread the path for a global and independent Britain. I am very grateful for the time Jonathan and Ben gave me today and I wish them well in the future”.

Information about Integrex can be found at:

http://www.integrex.co.uk/about-integrex/