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Wetheringsett firm reports 15 per cent annual revenue growth despite ‘recessionary pressures’




Wethringsett, Suffolk. Niall Dyer, MD of Plinth 2000 with the newley designed Bariatric Gynaecolgy Chair which is able to seat women upto 350kg during childbirth ANL-141119-143421001
Wethringsett, Suffolk. Niall Dyer, MD of Plinth 2000 with the newley designed Bariatric Gynaecolgy Chair which is able to seat women upto 350kg during childbirth ANL-141119-143421001

A Wetheringsett firm which specialises in the design and manufacture of treatment chairs and couches for health services has reported an annual revenue growth of 15 per cent.

Plinth 2000 say this is despite “recessionary pressures on the global health care sector.”

They also had their biggest single NHS maintenance contract last year, covering 400 products.

Niall Dyer, managing director, said: “We have built up and trained a team of sales, technical and administrative people that has enabled us to respond to changes in healthcare procurement policies and budgets, as well as equipment needs, and I believe we compare with the best in the world in our specialised market.”



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