Business success means expansion for Reynaers

Published:  15 August, 2016

Reynaers has outgrown its existing office and warehouse facilities in Birmingham, thanks to significant growth over recent years. The new headquarters is a major investment of £6m for Reynaers.

The new premises will have more than twice as much warehouse space to allow greater stock holding and shorter lead times. To allow for future expansion, more than double the amount of office space will be provided to accommodate more staff. A new canteen, breakout areas, a state-of-the-art gym and other recreational areas will be available, as well as a spacious landscaped external area for a communal outside space.

Justin Hunter, managing director at Reynaers, said: “We are all really looking forward to moving to our new premises in Longbridge this winter. We have purchased an existing building which has undergone a complete redesign. Work is well underway on an extension and complete refurbishment and refit of the interiors, providing us with more than double the space we currently have.

“This will give us a modern, purpose-built facility that can really showcase our aluminium windows, doors and curtain walling products. The building envelope will feature the new Hi-Finity corner solution, Structurally Clamped curtain wall, and parallel opening windows.”

There will be a dedicated showroom featuring Reynaers’ commercial, trade and high-end domestic products, three meeting rooms and conference facilities for around 75 people. There will also be a brand new training centre, including an installation rig.

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