3 August 2016 – Adlington-based MS Storage Equipment has expanded its workforce to support the company’s growth following a strong performance over the last twelve months.
Three new members of staff have joined the sales team to drive trade in a variety of sectors including the NHS, retail and warehousing. Alannah Chandler, Charles Davies and Malcolm Scott bring with them over 40 years’ combined experience in storage and racking solutions.
Over the last twelve months, MS Storage has signed contracts with several high profile clients including Adidas, West Ham Football Club and the Royal College of Art, in addition to completing a number of large-scale NHS projects.
Ben Simpkin, MD of MS Storage said: “There continues to be a demand for cost effective shelving and mobile storage solutions, and we’ve seen an increase in the number of businesses looking for products that are tailored to their individual needs. Alannah, Charles and Malcolm are driving sales in this highly competitive market, and I am pleased to have them on board.”
The company has also launched www.workplacefurniture.co.uk, an e-commerce website designed to provide SMEs with complete personalised office refits or individual items depending on their requirements. As a result, they are continually looking to recruit new team members to drive online purchasing.
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