Theo Davies and Sons, based in Glyn Ceiriog, has shown huge resilience since 1955 when it first opened its doors for business.
It has changed from producing wheels, to restoring farm buildings and now concentrate on producing top quality furniture.
In addition they have developed a revolutionary frame that helps patients suffering from spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis and strokes.
Known as the Oswestry Standing Frame it’s now widely used by NHS and private clinicians across the country for the rehabilitation of patients.
The team has adapted and make bespoke hospital grade beds mainly for domestic properties, including children’s beds for those with additional needs. The business aims to promote their new products to hospital trusts, Occupational Therapists, Charities and carers.
More recently they’re concentrating on launch and production of made to order specialist beds for children with disabilities.
Current owner, Einion Davies, said, “We’ve continually adapted since our family first opened for business and we pride ourselves on producing high quality furniture built by highly skilled staff.
“The Business Team at Wrexham Council has helped with our business planning and helped secure grant funding to develop our marketing and website. It was great to see the Lead Member here taking an interest in our company and staff.”
Cllr Nigel Williams, said, “It was a pleasure to meet Einion and his staff. The company employs local staff from the surrounding rural areas of the Ceiriog Valley and is a great example of how innovative our Wrexham businesses are particularly in rural areas.
“I look forward to visiting more businesses both in Wrexham Industrial Estates and the more rural areas to hear of their successes and how they’re adapting to fit changing markets and demands.”
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