Plant machinery specialist splashes six figures on new HQ
Stirlin Plant, the plant machinery supplier, has invested around £700,000 in a new HQ in Lincolnshire.
The firm’s new 5,000 sq ft facility is located on Riverside Enterprise Park in Saxilby adjacent to the A57 trunk road.
The office and warehouse building was designed by Johnathan Roberts Architects and built by the group’s construction business Stirlin Developments.
Stirlin Plant is partnered with some of the world’s leading manufacturers including Wacker Neuson and Winget.
Sales manager Ady Brodrick said: “We are thrilled to have now moved into our new HQ in Saxilby. The purpose-built facility provides us with the space to expand our team, our services and our product portfolio, as well as allowing us to provide a more streamline experience for our customer base.
“The spacious new premises gives us treble the workshop space, with contemporary meeting rooms to host client meetings and a larger display area to showcase our extensive product range.
“We are extremely grateful for our loyal and supportive customers and our supply partners, who have contributed to our exciting growth. We’re looking forward to the new opportunities the new HQ will bring and to inviting our customers over for an official open day when we’re settled in. Thank you to the team at Stirlin for all their hard-work.”
Riverside Enterprise Park is a commercial development by Stirlin and Castle Group.
Tony Lawton, managing director of Stirlin, said: “We are delighted to have brought this project to a successful fruition and hand Stirlin Plant the keys to their new HQ. It’s been a pleasure to work with them throughout the design and construction process and bring their ideas to life, providing the space for their business to grow.”