IT services firm acquires Worcestershire industrial space

Ian Parker, MD of John Truslove with Greenlife directors Mas Utsumi and Jon Sansom

An IT services company has acquired an additional 60,000 sq ft facility in Worcestershire.

Greensafe IT has bought a circa 60,000 sq ft industrial and warehousing unit at 26 The Furlong on the Berry Hill Industrial Estate.

Established in 2012, the firm currently employs 180, with the hope to create more jobs through the new facility.

The company is based at Aventine House, Edwin Avenue, Hoo Farm Industrial Estate, Kidderminster, and provides global IT services in the UK and Europe.

The business has also established an additional facility in Utrecht in the Netherlands to support European expansion plans.

Chairman John Sansom, said: “We provide a wide range of IT services to medium to large corporates, including refreshing IT assets, updating software, and managing office decommission and relocation. We are currently experiencing compound growth annually of 20 per cent plus and this is being reflected in the growth of our workforce.

“The purchase of the warehousing facilities at Droitwich was essential to continue to service this growth and the location, close to the M5 and the national motorway network was an ideal site to support our future business requirements.”

Ian Parker, joint managing director of John Truslove, said: “Advising growing companies across Worcestershire and the wider West Midlands is something that John Truslove has been renowned for over the past 40-plus years. We are very pleased to have advised Greensafe IT Ltd on this purchase– a considerable saving on the original marketed quoting price.

“From start-ups to large corporates, we can advise on all areas of the West Midlands, Worcestershire and Warwickshire, finding businesses the right premises to support their growth plans.”

John Truslove advised Greensafe IT on the move.

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