23 January 2018
23 January 2018
UK distributor Cristex Composite Materials is relocating it offices from the Altham Industrial Estate to new, larger premises in Blackburn.
The company says the relocation is a result of its continuous growth over the past few years.
This move is the latest in the ongoing development of the business, which has included investment in slitting and rewinding, kitting and cutting machinery. This enables Cristex to deliver a full manufacturing package tailored to customer needs.
"The relocation of our operation to Shadworth Business Park is the start to an exciting year ahead for us in 2018," states Director, Bruce Craig. "The diversity of our services is a real strength for Cristex and the new office base will enable us to provide even higher levels of service to all our customers.”
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