SR Timber has moved into new, larger premises in North Nottinghamshire as part of its ambitious growth plans.
The company – which produces and supplies timber roofing battens used in house building, cedar shingles and Kitemarked scaffold boards – had previously shared offices with a sister company in Derby, but the move to its own premises in Huthwaite just off Junction 28 of the M1 heralds the next phase of the firm’s remarkable growth.
Trading director Shaun Revill said: “The move to new premises marks the start of another exciting chapter for SR Timber in a story that is all the more remarkable as the business was only founded a little over 10 years ago.
“There is genuine excitement amongst the team over the move, and we have all taken a few moments to savour the feeling because it highlights just how far this business has come in such a short space of time.
“It’s no exaggeration to say that SR Timber has really bucked the trend in our industry, but we are simply giving roofers what they want – the right timber products at the right quality and at the right price. And that’s why we have grown so rapidly”.
He added: “The new HQ is another piece in the jigsaw for our business, which, because of our partnership with Timberex, means we effectively have our own sawmill – which is said to be the largest production mill solely for the production of factory-graded roofing battens in Europe.
“This gives SR Timber complete continuity through our entire supply chain, and that is a good thing for all the roofers in the UK that rely on the constant supply of our flagship Premium Gold timber roofing batten used on roofs right across the UK”.