Shotoku expands with new global HQ


Shotoku left to right: Ken Takahashi, Mike Wolfe, Tony Hanada and James Eddershaw

Camera support specialist Shotoku Broadcast Systems has relocated its UK corporate headquarters to a new location in Sunbury that doubles the size of its operating space. The announcement was made by Mike Wolfe, managing director Shotoku, from the company’s new office. According to Wolfe, its new location will be better positioned to continue its steady growth as a leader in the broadcast market, with a specific focus on camera support solutions.

“We are very pleased to open our new UK corporate headquarters,” says Wolfe. “It’s an extremely convenient location just west of London, and for our many worldwide clients it’s just 10 minutes from London’s Heathrow airport. We have been in Staines since the very start of Shotoku UK in 2005, but have fully outgrown our first place. With 2014 being our strongest year yet, we’re looking forward to enjoying even more success and serving our growing customer-base from our new home in Sunbury.”

The new Sunbury facility is twice the size of the previous facility and will support Shotoku through its continued growth in sales of robotic and manual camera support products, and VR tracking systems worldwide. Like Staines, Sunbury will be the global headquarters for the design, development and manufacture of Shotoku’s robotic camera support solutions, as well as a major source of support for its worldwide network of agents and distributers for global sales and service.

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