Instaspark launches specialist commercial electrical brand, Orbem

Instaspark, an electrical services provider, has announced the launch of Orbem, a specialist electrical firm servicing the commercial sector.


The news follows a year of unprecedented growth for Instaspark, reaching a turnover of approximately £1.6 million in 2023, driving geographical expansion across the UK, and securing multiple lucrative contracts, including Co-Op, Haribo and True Learning Partnership.

Having built partnerships with major companies and brands across a wide range of industries, Directors Brandon Rowlands, Chris Stott and Rob Stone announced the launch of Orbem to further expand the firm’s commercial offering.


Orbem will specialise in a wide range of electrical solutions, including electrical fit-out projects across all major industries, LED lighting upgrades, commercial EV charging and renewable energy solutions. Part of the Instaloft Group, which turned over £22 million in 2023 and aims to achieve over £30 million in 2024, Orbem says it will continue the brand’s commitment to excellence in its values of quality, innovation and reliability, creating tailor-made electrical solutions and cultivating long-term commercial partnerships.


Speaking on the launch of Orbem, Brandon says, “We are delighted to bring Orbem to the market, and we view it as a massive step towards our goal of changing the face of electrical contracting. Borne from our success at Instaspark, we identified the need for a dedicated commercial brand and we couldn’t be more proud of making that dream a reality.”


Rob says, “I’m proud to introduce Orbem Specialist Electrical, our latest venture, dedicated to providing top-tier commercial electrical services across the UK to a vast range of sectors. With our core values being the centre of our partnerships with our clients, we look forward to meeting the growing demands of this exciting sector and delivering unparalleled services and professionalism.”


Headquartered in Telford with regional offices in Huddersfield, Reading and Southampton, Orbem is already operating throughout retail, defence, education, manufacturing and other sectors, with plans to expand in all sectors. It is already on track to turnover more than £3.3 million this year.

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