Electroserv invests £200k in new premises

Instrument measurement and control specialist, Electroserv has expanded into new premises, more than five times the size of its old site.

This move will allow Electroserv, which is a key supplier to many manufacturers around the UK, to hit its £10m turnover goal and create more than 20 new jobs.

The new 15,176sqft premise is located at Lyme Green Business Park, Macclesfield, just next door to the previous location which is a 2994sqft space.

Directors at Electroserv have ensured the space is highly specified making the most of every square foot. With an investment of £200k, the building has been configured to include two well-equipped laboratories, a state-of-the-art workshop, high spec, contemporary office space, dedicated packing area, large loading bay, open plan kitchen / dining area complete with pool table and a warm and welcoming reception area. The modern, industrial style is carried throughout the two-storey building.  

Managing Director, Simon Fisher said: “2024 is a big year for the company with significant new plans in the pipeline. Our previous site served us well for a long time and we’re pleased to be able to relocate so close. The new premise is a fantastic, highly functional space and we’re excited to welcome customers, suppliers and more to visit.”

Alongside the office re-location and expansion, new sales manager, John Walker has been appointed to help drive the projected growth for the company.

With more than 32 years’ industry experience, including a lengthy stint with Watlow (previously Eurotherm), John is well placed to support Electroserv’s ambitious plans.

John said: “I’m excited to join Electroserv during the rapid growth they’re experiencing, it’s a very positive time. It’s a great company to work for and everyone is supportive.”

“One thing I am really excited about is the expanse of what we can do here. We’re not just a product sales company, we can deliver a full solution to our customers, including full turnkey solutions, DSEAR inspections, installations, calibration and more.”

Simon added: “John has a strong technical background and has worked with some of the big Pharma companies. He’s got a wealth of experience as a sales manager in our sector and will be a great asset to Electroserv.”

Further to the expansion, investment and appointment of John, Electroserv will be creating another 20 jobs within the next three years, 50% of which will be filled by the end of 2024. Jobs will be available across the sales, engineering and admin teams. 

For more information about Electroserv visit www.electroserv.co.uk.

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