We’ve uncovered yet another Chesterfield based hidden gem! Ever wondered who designed the lighting and air conditioning services in fashion stores? Well, look no further – Oxspring Technical have worked with an impressive array of top retailors:-
TOPSHOP,TOPMAN, H&M, DOROTHY PERKINS, BURTON, UNIQLO, BHS, PINKBERRY, GOLDSMITHS, MISS SELFRIDGE, H SAMUEL, HMV, EVANS, NEW LOOK, WALLIS, JACK WOLFSKIN, GERRY WEBER
Have all benefited from Oxspring Technical being involved in there refurbished and new stores.
Oxspring Technical are Retail Building Services Consultants and Energy advisors with some major clients.
Managing Director, Jason Oxspring says “We were incorporated in 2004 and previously operated from Leicestershire and in 2010 we brought the business back to my hometown of some 20 years”
When asked about joining this scheme “We’re not big on shouting about ourselves but joining THE CHESTERFIELD CHAMPIONS seemed liked the right thing to do. In terms of locality, we’re perfectly placed to operate nationally. It’s also important to us that any suppliers we have are all local. We’d just like to show that you can deal with large London based clients without actually being based in London”
As well as the core business Oxspring Technical are also Energy Advisors – who can assist with new supplies / upgrades.
Energy Account Manager Arun Joshi says “Since the electricity industry was de-regulated over two decades ago, things have become more cumbersome when dealing with various companies for the connection, metering and supply of electricity.
The whole idea for the de-regulation was to bring in more competition in the market to enable the customer to benefit from lower energy prices. On the contrary, prior to the de-regulation there were 14 major suppliers of electricity, now these companies have been consolidated and there are now only 6 major players who act as cartel and controls 95% of the electricity market!! One has to have a good knowledge of who to approach when it comes to getting a new connection done, otherwise there could be delays in getting the supply metered and energized”.