Moving to the new prestigious Liverpool International Business Park to expand and deliver the best possible service to our customers worldwide
Liverpool UK – 10th September 2010,Brainboxes, a leader in Serial Connectivity and Bluetooth, have another cause for celebration after an excellent 2010. Brainboxes have expanded by moving to a new prestigious location at Liverpool’s International Business Park near Liverpool John Lennon Airport. This brand new, highly specified building, will allow Brainboxes to be even more effective in meeting customers’ needs as part of their continuing expansion.
After 25 years at the previous location, which saw Brainboxes expand from a two-man operation to an employer of 30 people, serving customers on 4 continents (Brainboxes exports 70% of its produced goods), the company’s future vision necessitated more suitable premises. Additionally Brainboxes has added 3 new members of staff to complement the team.
Moving to a newer, larger facility allows Brainboxes to be in an excellent position to expand into the future as the company continues to grow its Serial and Bluetooth product ranges.
The business park, located next to Liverpool John Lennon Airport, has great transportation infrastructure, including a new £30M hub railway station, road and bus network.
“I’m exceptionally pleased with the careful planning our staff have put into the move,” commented Director Eamonn Walsh, “we would like to thank all the customers who have brought the company thus far, and we hope to continue to serve them in future in an even greater capacity”.
This new building will help the company grow into the future including our own production line, updated test facilities, fully air-conditioning, new internal network infrastructure and plenty of space to expand.
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