We understand that stillages are a relatively niche product for most people – despite being used by a huge number of organisations across almost every single global industry in one way or another. As such, we are always looking to promote stillages, as well as to assist our clients (and potential clients!) in terms of understanding the industry.
As a result, we offer no obligation discussions to anyone interested in commissioning a production run of stillages or the associated products (such as bins, cages, A-frames, etc.) – if you’re interested in talking to us about your current or future needs, please get in touch via email@example.com or by calling 01663 719 300.
However, one of our more recent additions is our blog. This includes a range of opinion about the industry, news from us at JS Burgess, and helpful articles outlining some of the key elements of stillages and how we go about producing them.
We are really pleased to say that our article entitled ‘What Is A Stillage?’ has been included in the Wikipedia article on Stillages. As one of (if not THE) world’s largest collections of information Wikipedia represents an incredibly simple to access database of knowledge, and we are thrilled to have our article cited as a contribution – in part, because it means that someone out there has found our blog useful and decided to make it easily available to others looking for the same answers!
From a business perspective, we also feel that this demonstrates the fact that we know what we’re talking about – after all, it’s not every engineering firm that can say they’ve been cited by Wikipedia!
As mentioned above, if you’re interested in talking to us about your current or future stillage needs, please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 01663 719 300.