Wymondham-based fabrication specialist Pruce Newman are delighted to announce that they have recently joined Norfolk Chamber of Commerce, after four decades of doing business in the county.

Pruce Newman, who fabricate, install and maintain pipework, structural steel components and mechanical plant for a number of the most well-known businesses in Norfolk, have been active in the county since the company relocated its Head Office to Wymondham from its original home in Essex in the 1970s.

The company provides services to clients in a wide range of industrial sectors across the South and East of England, including Oil & Gas, Petrochemical, Renewable Energy, Nuclear, Pharmaceutical, Chemical, and Food & Drink. It employs approximately 100 people across the region, and sees membership of the Norfolk Chamber as a key element in its strategy for future growth.

Speaking about the decision to join Norfolk Chamber, Gareth Headland, Business Development Manager, said:

“Over the past 40 years, Pruce Newman have built some very strong and enduring relationships with customers across Norfolk, many of whom are members of the Chamber themselves. We know from experience that good relationships are the key to good business, and we see membership of Norfolk Chamber of Commerce as a way of enhancing the relationships that we currently have, and developing new ones in the future.

“Norfolk Chamber provides us with greater exposure to raise awareness of our brand, it gives us access to a wide range of tools to improve our business, and it allows us more opportunities to share our knowledge and experience with other local organisations – all vital ingredients in ensuring that we can continue to grow in an ever-changing business landscape.

“Norfolk Chamber celebrated its 120th birthday this year, and its offer is even more relevant today than was in the 19th Century. Pruce Newman are a second-generation family business, and we value the emphasis that the Chamber places on human interaction through its networking events and engagement with members. For companies like ours, who operate across a broad range of industries, the diversity of its membership means that we can discover new opportunities to collaborate in the most unexpected places.”

Norfolk Chamber of Commerce has been a leading business organisation in the county since 1896, and represents businesses of all sizes and in all sectors, whether they are established companies such as Pruce Newman, or fledgling enterprises at the early stages of development. This mix of interests and expertise is one factor in the Chamber’s success, and the Chamber’s Chief Executive, Caroline Williams, commented:

“We are pleased to welcome Pruce Newman as a member into what is now a global Chamber network. It is great that they have recognised how we can support them and we are looking forward to working to assist them to achieve significant growth over the coming months and years”.

Pruce Newman are confident that Chamber Membership will prove to be a great benefit to the business moving forward, and that it will complement the company’s involvement with other industry organisations. With a number of recent developments announced in Pruce Newman’s key markets of renewable and nuclear energy, the prospect of greater local investment through devolution and the potential impact of Brexit, Pruce Newman look forward to an exciting future as part of the county’s thriving business community. To find out more about the services we offer, click here. If you’d like to know more about the work of Norfolk Chamber, visit www.norfolkchamber.co.uk