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TEG unveils new brand at headquarters in Mullingar

Wednesday, 27th February, 2013 4:11pm
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TEG unveils new brand at headquarters in Mullingar

Anthony Carey, sales manager, TEG; Clare Mason, project manager, Designworks; Gillian Mullan, marketing manager, TEG; John Hunt, managing director, TEG; Rocky Grennell, managing director, Designworks; Tommy Kelly, sales director, TEG; and Martin Gaffney, brand development, Designworks; at the launch

TEG unveils new brand at headquarters in Mullingar

Anthony Carey, sales manager, TEG; Clare Mason, project manager, Designworks; Gillian Mullan, marketing manager, TEG; John Hunt, managing director, TEG; Rocky Grennell, managing director, Designworks; Tommy Kelly, sales director, TEG; and Martin Gaffney, brand development, Designworks; at the launch

Technical Engineering Group (TEG), a company that designs, manufactures and delivers precision engineered parts to the pharmaceutical and aviation sectors and has its HQ in Mullingar, has invested in a new brand.


“Our new brand represents the identity of the company and was required as part of the overall expansion of TEG and is vital to the continued growth and success of the company both internationally and at home,” said Gillian Mullan, marketing manager with TEG.


“We are currently working on the new website and look forward to unveiling this in the coming weeks.”


Managing director John Hunt said the company was already receiving positive feedback from customers. “We trade internationally and now have a global look and feel to our headquarters, which we are extremely proud of and which represent us well in the market.


“This is all part of our marketing initiative for 2013 and anticipate a positive impact on the overall business as a result.”

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