College workshop in Wisbech is a cut above the rest
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European hand-tool manufacturer FACOM visited the College of West Anglia (CWA) Wisbech campus to use their motor vehicle facilities for a product photo shoot.
FACOM, which is owned by Stanley Black & Decker, creates products for companies involved in aerospace, aviation, rail, medicine and the automotive industry.
Ahead of the launch of their range of pneumatic impact wrenches, FACOM chose to shoot for their advertising materials in the college’s motor vehicle workshop.
Lawrence Davies, a brand manager for Stanley Black & Decker, said: “We were really impressed by the facilities on offer at the College of West Anglia.
“FACOM is a premium, professional automotive brand, so it was vital that we photographed the products in a clean, modern and well-presented workshop.
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“In addition, the team at CWA were incredibly helpful and a pleasure to work with.”
The new range of tools will be launched around mid-May and available to purchase at www.facom.com/uk
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