Tilemaster invests in second UK warehouse facility

Tilemaster invests in second UK warehouse facility

April 2018

Following growth and expansion, Tilemaster Adhesives has invested further in its operation by extending into a second warehouse.  Located close to its manufacturing plant in Leyland, Lancashire, the new warehouse will provide an additional 15,000 square feet of warehousing capacity.

During the last 7 to 8 years, the UK business has seen its sales increase significantly, during which time its work force has grown from 9 to 62.  Tilemaster’s Leyland plant - where the company has been based since 2011 - is home to its entire operation, including production, customer service, technical support and research and development teams.  The second warehouse will provide additional capacity for raw materials and finished stock, whilst providing room for the company to grow further.

“The need for additional warehouse space has been driven by fantastic growth over the past few years. It’s vital that we maintain our high levels of customer service; by increasing our warehouse capacity, we can ensure that we’re able to supply our customers with the products they want, when they want them,” explained Tilemaster’s Managing Director, Mark Kelly.

Tilemaster Adhesives offers a comprehensive range of products, manufactured at its plant in Leyland, Lancashire.  Tilemaster’s one-to-one customer service spans from product formulation and packaging, to technical site support.  

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