Accessible washroom supplier Nymas has invested in machinery and increased its warehouse capacity, following a 15% increase in sales over the past 12 months.
The development has been supported by £47,347.64 from the England European Regional Development Fund, via Tees Valley Business Compass.
The warehouse investment has enabled Nymas to increase its pallet spaces from 900 to over 1,500.
Following the renovation, the supplier of Doc M compliant washrooms reports its customers will benefit from a wider range of products and quicker deliveries, with most products available for same-day dispatch.
In addition, the company has purchased a forklift truck, conveyor system and vacuum lifting equipment which it states will enhance its efficient service.
Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen conducted a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the official opening of the refubished warehouse.
Managing director of Nymas Craig Anderson commented: “At Nymas our main priority is customer care, which is why we’re committed to continually improving our client experience and these developments will do just that.
“We are incredibly excited about the future of Nymas and we are now looking to pursue further investments to improve our internal processes, so we can develop better and faster ways to meet our customers’ needs.”
Business development director Steven Heslop added: “We have big growth ambitions for the next three years and this refurb has helped to set the foundations in place so we can achieve our goals.”