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Lex celebrates another year of growth

Lex celebrates another year of growth

"We strive to offer nothing but flawless service which has always been the basis of our business and the reason we have retained clients from almost 30 years ago"
Wayne Elphick, Managing Director

Lex Business Equipment, the leading supplier of office products in the north-west celebrates the end of its financial year posting an increase in profit, growth and celebrating industry accolades.

This includes the addition of several new major accounts for the Managed Print Service (MPS) division of the company, two of which has introduced over £660,000 of new contracted revenue.

Wayne Elphick, Managing Director said, “We have had a fantastic year as a business, we are proudly known as a single-source supplier to clients, new and existing; offering printing equipment, as well as stationery and office interiors.  We strive to offer nothing but flawless service which has always been the basis of our business and the reason we have retained clients from almost 30 years ago”.

The Bury-based firm who celebrates forty years trading next year has also expanded its offering of office furniture and has seen a huge spike in the demand of sit/stand desking, ergonomic seating and flexible social space seating.

Earlier in the year, Lex was delighted to win a furniture and interiors tender for a Manchester-based FTSE 100 company.

Wayne continued, “Despite an uncertain trading climate due to fluctuations in exchange rates, we still continue to be competitively priced, a very well done to the team and I look forward to a fantastic next year, as we celebrate four decades”.


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