Tuesday, October 19, 2021

Workwear business expands in Arnold

Core Workwear have moved to Catton Road in Arnold following rapid expansion and growth.

The family run business specialises in providing branded workwear, uniforms, and clothing with in-house embroidery and printing experts.

9B Catton Road is an industrial unit measuring 2,251ft².

Anthony Barrowcliffe, of FHP Property Consultants, said: “Another off-market letting conducted, this giving another example of understanding a live requirement and meeting it as soon as the appropriate property comes our way.

“Excellent terms were achieved on this letting, resulting in a total void period of only 10 days for the landlord, again showing the strength of the market. The incoming tenant was exceptionally happy with the deal and quality of the premises, and I am sure will trade fantastically well in their new home.”

Ross Crayton, Managing Director and owner of Core Workwear, said: “After contacting a number of letting agents regarding new premises for our growing business – not many called us back or took on board what we were looking for. That is until Anthony contacted us to say he had a property that was potentially coming onto the market and would we be interested in having a look.

“We arranged a viewing within a couple of days and met Anthony at the property. The unit fit perfectly for our growth. Within days we’d agreed heads of terms and had secured a bigger premises to continue our growth.”

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