Sequence Post will open two new satellite offices in March in a bid to bring its Mac technology-based post-production services closer to its clients.

Two client-attend suites will be built in Chiswick Park and Soho going under the names Sequence W4 and Sequence W1.

Each one will provide editing, grading, compositing, design and audio using Shake, Logic, Final Cut Pro and After Effects. They will be staffed by talent from Sequence Post's roster of editors and artists.

“When I set up this business four years ago I didn't think it would matter where I was based,” said Sequence Post founder and managing director Ben Foakes.

“I want to offer good-value for money services with the emphasis on talent rather than kit but we're missing out on some work because clients won't make the journey to Pinewood. These new suites will build a bridge, taking our services directly to their doorsteps.”

The new facilities will be networked to Sequence's Pinewood Studios head office, where a central Xsan and Final Cut Server will be used to handle media management and backups.

The exact location for Sequence W1 has yet to be decided but if the move is successful Sequence will consider taking on larger premises from 2010.

Sequence already owns 80% of the kit that will be used at the new locations. The rest will be financed through company cash and small business loans.

Meanwhile, a highly specced online suite, dedicated to Red camera workflows, has been installed at the company's Pinewood HQ. The RedFlow suite will be run by new team addition Mike Fisher who joins from 1 February.

2008 credits include the full post-production of the BBC's Grand National titles, ITV F1 coverage and Quantum of Solace end titles.