About Peter Samms Equipment Ltd

Providing Storage Solutions to Industry

Peter Samms Equipment Ltd. was founded by Peter Samms in 1978 to provide storage solutions to industry. Thirty years later, although Peter is no longer with us, his son Mark is continuing the tradition of providing a service second to none with many customers coming back for repeat orders. We treat each customer as an individual and each job is treated with the same attention whether it is a small order for bins or a £¼m installation.

We offer services to the retail industries which include full refurbishments, shop fitting and a full design consultancy service.

We are SEMA approved installers and are one of a limited number of companies that are registered as a SAIC (SEMA Approved Installers Company) company. All our work is to SEMA standards with all our staff being SEMA trained and holding CSCS cards. We are also a member of CHAS (Constructors Health And Safety) scheme and Constuctionline.

We offer a full rack inspection service which includes a full written report using the SEMA recommended red, amber and green traffic light system; a site lay out to illustrate where incidents occur and a comprehensive spreadsheet outlining the number incidents and the problem and rectification required. Each report provides photographs.
We operate throughout the UK, with our main customer base covering Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire and Yorkshire.

At Peter Samms Equipment Ltd our vision is simply to be the best in our field! We will accomplish this by developing the potential of our employees and maintaining our professional and personal service to our customers. Putting our customers first is our prime objective – with the ultimate aim of achieving complete ‘customer satisfaction’.

The History of Peter Samms Equipment Ltd

Peter Samms became the Dexion Company Rep for Lincolnshire in 1970 trained in all aspects of their product.

In 1978 Peter and Mollie decided to set up their own company providing both Dexion and other related company’s product for the best solution for each customer.

They used Peter’s name as an act of personal responsibility for the service they provided.

In 1995 Peter became too ill to continue running the company and Mark their son who had entered the business in 1985, creating and managing the site construction side of the operation took overall day to day management and became MD in 2001 when Peter died.