Sixteen months on since the classic metering name Trumeter was reformed under new management, the company has unveiled a new image and new-look website.
Designed and produced by Manchester, Marketing Agency, K2L Marketing Ltd, the new modern logo captures the energy of Trumeter’s products, whilst their clean interactive website captures the innovation of the Trumeter Brand. Both have been designed to position Trumeter as world class pioneers in the design and manufacture of innovative measurement products and LED Lighting products as well as re-emphasising their commitment to both suppliers and customers.
Group Sales and Marketing Director Alf Jones said “the reformed and rebranded company, Trumeter Technologies Ltd, is well-placed to build upon the heritage of quality that preceded it: “the new management, focus, and robust new infrastructure has totally revitalised the company.”
That new structure includes a new home for Trumeter in Bury, Greater Manchester, just a few miles from their original base in Radcliffe, with the addition of a workshop and R&D facility in the same locale.
Further afield, Trumeter’s new supplier and manufacturing partner Malaysian based, “Innovative Design Technologies,” is now operating at full strength, producing Trumeter’s wide range of products, from the core range of Distance Measuring, Length Measuring and Electronic Measuring and Counter products to their special range of Automotive LED Lighting, Liquid Dispensing Measurers and Counters and a broad range of LED Lighting products. The market remains eager for Trumeter’s brand of excellence and innovation.
One of those innovations – designed for the internationally-respected brand “Jaguar” – is attracting praise everywhere. Even the notoriously hard-to-please Jeremy Clarkson recently praised Trumeter’s lighting system on BBC’s Top Gear: “Love these, stroke the lights to make them come on, stroke them again to turn off.”
Appealing, innovative and easy to use; something all Trumeter products, past and future, have in common. Alf Jones says of Mr Clarkson’s comments: “It is that kind of honest reaction to our developments that has – and continues to – encourage Trumeter to keep moving forwards and finding new ways to add value for our customers and end users”