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5 November 2018

M+W Hargreaves unveils new Exyte brand name

M+W Hargreaves has announced the launch of its new name, Exyte Hargreaves, under which it will be executing its activities with immediate effect.

The new Exyte Hargreaves logo.

The new brand name is the logical next step in the company’s strategic development. With an unrivalled expertise for controlled and regulated environments such as nuclear energy, defence, transport, advanced technology facilities, data centre and life sciences, the company has developed into a leading international engineering company for high-technology facilities. During the past year, the business has undertaken large steps to reorganise, refocus and align its strategy to the fastest growing markets.

Andy Sneyd, managing director of Exyte Hargreaves, said: “Alongside our parent company, we are delighted to announce our name change and share our management team’s vision that we need a name that responds to our new strategy, that generates more emotion and that emphasises the future ahead of us. The rebranding of our company to Exyte Hargreaves is a significant milestone and a logical step forward in our strategic development.”

Exyte stands for feelings of enthusiasm as well as for long-term engineering experience and excellence. Furthermore, the name is intended to emphasise the company’s ambition to attract and retain the best talent and to excite its customers with a pioneering spirit, its commitment to perform and its capability to find and implement tailor-made solutions around the globe.

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