Engineering firm to double space of premises

By Hull Daily Mail | Posted: 11 May 2018

A Hull business is pressing ahead with its ambitious expansion plans after relocating to a new, double-sized factory and head office.

Concept Engineering, formed in 2008 by directors Steve Larkin and Andy Cowper, has signed a 12-year lease on four units at the GB Business Park, off Wiltshire Road.

The company had outgrown its previous premises, and is now up and running in its new 10,000sq ft home.

Mr Larkin said: “We needed somewhere with more room to match our aspirations and this site has double the amount of floor space available. We’re hoping it will give us room to grow and, eventually, allow us to create between five and ten new jobs.”

The company designs and builds bespoke machines for manufacturers.

Ben Medhurst, the PPH director who negotiated the deal on behalf of the landlord, pictured, said: “Concept Engineering is  a forward-thinking business with big plans.  Steve, Andy and their team boast a wealth of specialist engineering knowledge – and they now have the perfect premises.”

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