Leo Lynch rebrand
The rebrand arrives at a key strategic moment for Leo Lynch as it announces a major UK and European expansion and recruitment drive. The firm is projecting staff numbers to hit 500 and revenues of €100m by the end of 2025.
Philip Smith, Managing Director, Leo Lynch, commented, “This rebrand reflects our ambition to scale with our clients into new markets and to become a leading provider of process and mechanical engineering services across Europe. We have a strong track record of delivering quality, safety, and efficiency on highly specialised projects in high-growth sectors, and we are confident that this rebrand will help drive that message at home and overseas.”
Staff numbers, currently at 350, are forecasted to grow by over 40% to 500 by the end of 2025. Following an investment from US investment firm Cathexis in 2022, Leo Lynch has positioned itself for growth with investment in people and operations. “We have built up a strong platform for growth, bolstering our teams, systems, and capability to expand into the UK and Europe with existing and new clients”, added Smith.
The new Leo Lynch brand is centred around the principle of ‘High-Performance Engineering’. The new logo features a plus sign, which represents the strong connections and relationships that Leo Lynch has built with clients and colleagues since its establishment in 1967
The tagline High-Performance Engineering reflects the company’s commitment to delivering quality, reliability, and innovation at scale. The bold orange colour reflects the energy and dynamism that Leo Lynch people are bringing to the challenge. The rebrand includes a new website, which can be found at www.leolynch.com.
“We are confident that this rebrand will help us to better communicate our value proposition to clients and partners,” Smith said. “We are excited to start this new chapter in the long history of Leo Lynch.”
Leo Lynch provides specialist mechanical and process engineering design and installation services. Clients include Pfizer, IPUT, and Tyndall National Institute.