CPS Manufacturing Co is part of a group of companies that have been experts in transforming the appearance of a space or room since trading began back in 1966.
Our high quality seating, staging and LED lighting products have been installed in all four corners of the world in many landmark buildings and we feel very privileged to have worked with some of the world’s largest organisations.
The business model we have adopted is based on a quality approach to everything we do and manufacture on a daily basis. Meticulous attention to detail is given to every stage of a project from the receipt of an initial enquiry to the finished product going out of the door with line managers responsible for every department.
We are ideally based on a freehold 2.5 acre site that is well-equipped to aid the foreseeable future growth plans and is located just off the A1, south of Doncaster, for ease of access by road, rail or air.
Our purpose designed premises with dedicated office, conference, production and warehousing facilities gives us the capacity to efficiently handle any sized project, no matter how big or complicated. Each project we work on is completely unique with every one presenting different challenges along the way.
Our faithful members of staff live and breathe our mission, vision, values and culture statements. The oldest member of the team has now worked for the family for over 50 years and many others are closely linked and driven by the same dedication and loyalty.
A warm welcome is extended should you wish to visit us and meet the team that will handle your project in confidence. Alternatively, one of our highly knowledgeable representatives will gladly meet with you to discuss over your requirements in detail.
Please don’t hesitate to contact the CPS team on 01302 741888 for more information about our superb range of seating and staging products and we can also introduce you to TLW | The Lightworks who are manufacturers of VEW branded LED lighting products.
From concept to completion we’ve had it covered since 1966.