Vega Controls officially open its new UK headquarters

After a ‘slightly Covid-delayed’ build and hand-over, the official opening of Vega Controls’ new headquarters had to be slightly delayed too. Fortunately this also coincided with the 40th anniversary of the founding of Vega UK, so a celebration was well overdue.

Guests from all over the UK, Ireland and Germany were welcomed to the new UK headquarters, with the event beginning with a welcome reception in the new training and demonstration areas. The building, named Metior House, was officially declared open and the ribbon cut by Isabel Grieshaber, the CEO of Vega Grieshaber, and Ray Tregale, the UK managing director.

Tregale said: “Along with our exciting product portfolio, this high quality building is our vision and investment for the long term. We have carefully designed a spacious office, service centre, flexible training and seminar facility for generations to come. It demonstrates our ongoing commitment to support our colleagues, product users and engineers from all industries.”

Metior House is located in a beautiful area of East Sussex countryside, yet within easy range of Gatwick airport, the M25 and railway connections to London. For motorists there is plenty of parking and EV charging available on site.

This award-winning, carbon-neutral building features ample working space to provide support and service for everyone. “We’re already busy hosting seminars and training courses for all types businesses, the feedback has been excellent, we’re looking forward to welcoming many more people here.” Tregale concluded.

Vega Controls UK

Metior House
Ashdown Business Park
Michael Way
MARESFIELD
TN22 2DU
UNITED KINGDOM

+44 (0)1444 870055

info@uk.vega.com

https://www.vega.com/en-uk

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