Mark Pritchard, MP for Wrekin visits Maxsys

Mark Pritchard, MP for Wrekin visits Maxsys’ HQ

Mark Pritchard, the Conservative MP for Wrekin has taken a strong interest in local industry and economy issues since joining Parliament. He is actively supporting proposals to open up new coal extraction in the area and has tabled Parliamentary questions about nuclear power.

The ongoing recession and high costs of energy for local industry recently brought Maxsys Fuel Systems to Mark’s attention. Maxsys, headquartered at Telford has developed a technology enabling companies to save at least 5% of their oil or gas costs with their existing installations.

Paul Finnegan, Commercial Director and Vanessa Landreau, Marketing Manager of Maxsys were delighted to receive the MP at Telford. Mr. Pritchard was keen to learn how Maxsys’ technology is helping a rapidly growing number of blue chip companies to reduce both their fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.

Commenting on his visit Mr. Pritchard said “This is a well run small business with an impressive blue-chip client list, innovative staff, and technology which is unique and cutting edge. They are also bucking the trend of the recession with new and increasingly large orders. The Conservative Party is committed to helping business innovate, maximising value and values, and ensuring that UK business growth leads to greater employment and training opportunities for existing and new employees. Small businesses are the engine that drives the UK economy”.