Kirton has moved to larger premises as part of expansion plans following the company’s acquisition.
The new 10,000 sq ft premises located on the Old Dalby industrial estate is a perfect size, layout and location to fulfil the company’s ambitious growth plans .
Kirton was acquired by investors Steve Benger & Mark Andrews in late February 2018 from The Bradgate Group and is undergoing a rebranding and repositioning exercise to prepare it for an assault on new markets in the UK and abroad.
The firm is still led by Jon West and James Brooks who have taken organisation, customers and suppliers through a challenging transition process and have now created the solid platform to build from.
Jon commented: “After a long period of building strong product and market credibility it is great that we now have our own, independent facility with the capability to develop our growth from. The world we live in has recognised the need to conserve, preserve and use water as efficiently as possible in the 21st century and so our product, service and technical capabilities are well placed to add significant value in this rapidly developing sector.”
He added: “As we settle in we will be bringing our customers and suppliers into our new home to help them understand our capacity, capability and ambitions for the future. We will also be engaging with the local community to ensure that we have access to the relevant skill sets and contract relationships to support us as we grow. We have a great opportunity ahead of us and are extremely excited about the future prospect for Kirton and its market-place.”