Clarke Metals moves into new Business Premises
Clarke Metal Services has now moved into new business premises in the Quadrangle in the prestigious Crewe Hall estate.
The business has expanded over the last 2 years and has taken on new staff members which has led to a requirement for larger office premises.
The 2100 sq. ft office is located over ground and first floor premises within a superb listed building. The rural office location is within a mile of the previous offices and offers excellent links to the M6 motorway.
Managing Director, Shaun Clarke said "The new office gives us the extra space we need to continue to grow the company. We have a busy office environment and our vision for the future encouraged us to take the step to move to a bigger office now. It's a perfect time to move and keeps up in a great location in the centre of the UK, meaning we can easily keep in touch with our customers and suppliers located all over the country".
Sales Director, Lawrence Thomason, added "We want to provide an excellent working environment for our staff and Crewe Hall provides an impressive setting for our busy company. We spend a lot of time at our desks, so we are members of the gym here at Crewe Hall and our staff can use these facilities to keep active. This is an exciting time for the company as we expand our links with keys suppliers throughout the world whilst growing our customer base, providing quality material and service to our UK customers"
Crewe Hall is steeped in history dating back to the 12th Century and was part of the Duchy of Lancaster estate until the turn of the 21st Century. The Quadrangle used to be stables and the north and south sides have large arched carriage openings beneath shaped gables; the keystones are carved with horse's heads.