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Marflow Hydronics unveils new premises

Marflow Hydronics has moved to a bigger office and factory space following its recent significant growth.

Marflow Hydronics has moved to a bigger office and factory space following its recent significant growth.

The new office and factory are next door to the former premises but the move marks a new start for the company and is a major step in its history. Having seen double digit growth for the past three years and having extended the team greatly, Marflow Hydronics needed to spread its wings and find somewhere new to fit everyone and everything.

More than just new surroundings, though, the new premises have allowed the team to build brand new facilities, offering better training and demonstration opportunities and an improved production area that truly takes the company into a new era.

Managing director Chris Forbes said: 'We have been growing so quickly and we needed to find more suitable premises to both support our growth in terms of staff and also facilities. There are far more demands on our Technical and Production teams than we’ve ever seen before, and we’ve needed to upgrade in so many ways to support this so we can still keep servicing our customers in the way they’ve come to expect from us. We’ve always prided ourselves on excellent customer service, and we need to keep moving forward to ensure this standard is maintained.'

Marflow Hydronics is still based on Birmingham, just outside the city centre. Full details can be found by visiting www.marflowhydronics.co.uk.

23 June 2015

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