Stone Junction to spearhead Gough Engineering’s PR

Staffordshire industrial equipment-maker Gough Engineering has appointed local technical agency Stone Junction to lead its PR activity.

Stone Junction will lead Gough Engineering’s PR activities

The two companies will work together closely to enhance Gough’s presence in engineering publications as well as the local and national press.

Gough Engineering has an extensive portfolio of process and production equipment, providing bespoke solutions to household food industry names including Nestle, Unilever and Associated British Foods.

“We’ve worked in engineering PR for ten years and so we understand the importance of being proactive and implementing marketing tactics to achieve a business’ goals,” said Stone Junction’s managing director Richard Stone. “Gough Engineering has a continuous focus on enhancing the services it offers to its customers and it is this continuous development that positions the company as a market leader.”

He added: “Together, we plan to undertake a technical PR campaign that not only champions the company’s portfolio, but demonstrates how Gough Engineering’s design and production engineers can offer customers the right solution first time.”

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