Heads & All Threads building Czech warehouse

A road to the new warehouse is under construction.
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Company has been in Czech Republic for a decade

Heads & All Threads, a global supplier of fasteners and related products, has recently embarked on the construction of their new purpose built 1,200 square meter facility in Chomutov, Czech Republic.   Completion of the € 1 million warehouse and offices is planned for January 2015. 

 

 “We have now been operating in Chomutov, Czech Republic, now for 10 years and we are unquestionably pleased with the way the business has developed over this period of time,” Group Managing Director Stuart Whitehouse said.

“Our decision to invest € 1 million in a purpose built facility underlines our commitment to be at the forefront in Central Europe for the foreseeable future.   We are working on a number of really exciting opportunities in Central and Eastern Europe and the building has been designed so that we can add an additional 800 square meters of warehouse relatively easily if required, further strengthening our position as a key player within this market.”

Alan Hiatt, Managing Director for the Czech business, recently attended a function with the British Ambassador for the Czech Republic, who is a strong advocate for British based companies expanding into the Central/Eastern Europe markets.  The Ambassador will be officially opening the new Heads & All Threads facility early next year.

The main office of Heads & All Threads Ltd is in Birmingham, UK. To date, Heads & All Threads operates from the UK, Poland, Czech Republic and India.


Press release provided by Heads & All Threads
 
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