Kitchenware firm moves to new Chesterfield HQ
Chesterfield-based kitchenware firm David Mason Design is set to move into new headquarters on the Carwood Industrial Estate.
The deal sees David Mason Design, which is best known for its salt and pepper mills and tableware accessories, take a 22,750 sq ft unit owned by landlord Dunedin on the industrial estate owned.
David Mason Design’s chief executive, Nicholas Cowan, said the business now had the space needed to continue to “deliver excellence” to a growing customer base across the UK and abroad – including retailers, importers and distributors.
He said: “With more than 60 years’ experience in the production of mills we have established a strong reputation for technical innovation and quality when it comes to designing and manufacturing salt and pepper mills and other kitchenware accessories.
“This move into bigger premises located close to major transport links is part of our ongoing commitment to providing an accessible service to our customers who are invested in sourcing, supplying and selling unique, exclusive products.”
Adam Smith of Dunedin Industrial, said: “The warehouse, which is situated on the Carrwood Industrial Estate in Chesterfield, provides David Mason Design with an ideal base from which to meet the needs of its customers across the country.
“Spanning in excess of 22,000 sq ft their new premises comes with ample office and warehouse space to allow expansion and continued growth in the months and years ahead.”
CPP acted for Dunedin. CPP Partner, Ed Norris, said: “Relocating to the Carrwood Industrial Estate has allowed David Mason Design to more than double the size of their headquarters as they continue to meet the growing demand from their increasing network of clients.”