We are delighted to receive a recent visit from Mel Stride, Member of Parliament for Central Devon and Secretary of State for Department of Work and Pensions, to our headquarters on the King Charles Business Park near Bovey Tracey.
Supporting Healthcare and Local Economy
Specialising in the design, manufacturing, and sale of specialist seating, We have become a trusted partner for the NHS, local authorities, and care homes. Our commitment to providing innovative seating solutions has not only impacted healthcare positively but has also contributed significantly to the local economy.
Mel Stride commended our contribution, stating,
“Careflex employs 65 people from the area and play an important role in our local economy. It has been great to see how this local success story has continued to go from strength to strength, and support people.”
During Mr Stride’s visit, we showcased our dedication to producing cutting-edge seating and engaged in discussions about our contributions to the healthcare sector and our role in boosting the local economy. The tour of our facilities provided a firsthand look at our commitment to excellence and plans for future growth.
Craig Downton, Sales and Marketing Director at CareFlex, shared his thoughts
“It was an honour to welcome Mel Stride to CareFlex, showcasing our specialised chairs’ pivotal role in enhancing the lives of those who rely on them. Our discussion with Mel highlighted the product, people, and stories behind each chair. We were equally thrilled to demonstrate our commitment to local manufacturing by giving Mel a tour of our state-of-the-art production facilities and offices in Devon. This visit reinforces our dedication to quality and community, core values at the heart of everything we do at CareFlex.”
Our ongoing commitment to innovation, excellence, and our pivotal role in advancing healthcare seating solutions is a testament to our dedication. We eagerly anticipate the next chapter of our journey, where we will continue contributing to both healthcare and the local economy