Aztec Aerosols has opened a new warehouse in Crewe, UK, following ‘sustained growth’ over the past four years.
The expansion is designed to support an increase in demand for Aztec’s products and follows a series of investments from its parent company, Instarmac Group. The 7,115 square-foot building is based alongside its current site at Gateway Business Park and was opened by Crewe’s Mayor, Councillor Tom Dunlop.
The new build took 18 weeks to complete and includes warehouse space, which will provide the company with the capacity for an additional 2,000 pallet spaces.
Paul Butcher, sales director at Instarmac Group, said: “The redevelopment of the land and construction of a new warehouse represents a significant investment in Aztec Aerosols by the parent company Instarmac Holdings, the building supports a strategic production capacity increase and allows higher stocking levels of critical components."