June 1, 2018
The company has announced that “Phase One” of its £500, 000 ($666,157/€568,913) expansion project has been successfully completed.
Following “months of digging, brick laying, concrete pouring, steel work, cabling and painting”, the company has revealed that it has completed the creation of its “new dedicated container loading area.”
According to Trade Copiers, the new area allows a container load of copiers to be stored separately ready for loading instead of having to collect each one from the main warehouse when a lorry arrives which “dramatically speeds up the loading process and allows us to increase container turnover.”
Stephen Brownsteele, Marketing Manager said: “These improvements mean we can continue to win contracts by offering the highest level of service backed up by a robust and reliable infrastructure that our customers demand.”
The final phases of the expansion will be completed in June, the company explains, which will see the new state-of-the-art testing workshop become operational along with additional mezzanine machine storage capacity.
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