Roland DG has announced the relocation of its UK headquarters from Clevedon to Bristol Parkway, underscoring its commitment to staying at the heart of one of the UK’s fastest-growing economies.

The new headquarters, situated at Stoke Gifford, is just a stone’s throw away from the M4 and conveniently close to Bristol Parkway train station.

‘After 10 very successful years at our Clevedon premises, we’ve decided to relocate to the Bristol Parkway area, motivated by our commitment to support our expanding dealer network and end-user base in the South-West with a workspace that fosters creativity and innovation and ensures seamless accessibility for our customers and partners,’ said Stephen Davis, marketing director for the UK, Ireland and EMEA. He continued, ‘This move isn’t just about changing our address; it’s about positioning ourselves for continued growth and innovation in an area thriving with opportunity.’

Bristol is one of the great cities in the UK that provides opportunity. With uninterrupted access to major transportation arteries such as the M4 and M5, Roland DG aims to optimise operational efficiency and further elevate customer service across the region.

Alongside the headquarters, Roland DG’s creative centre will also make the transition, showcasing the range of applications achievable with Roland DG’s cutting-edge machines, now including an area dedicated to DG DIMENSE applications and dental milling technology from DGSHAPE. From signage to textile to retail, and beyond, the centre will serve as an EMEA hub for innovation and inspiration.

As part of its community-driven approach, Roland DG will continue to partner with various local organisations to support the local community and region, building on previously executed partnerships with charities including the YMCA Brunel Group and The Grand Appeal, Bristol Royal Hospital for Children’s official charity.

‘We understand the importance of collaboration and community engagement in driving positive change,’ noted Mr Davis. ‘Through ongoing efforts and partnerships like these, we aim to create a brighter future for youth in Bristol and beyond, fostering a sense of belonging and opportunity for all.’