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Continuing Expansion for Tidyco

15 February 2017

Tidyco Ltd continues to invest in an on-going growth strategy and has recently expanded the company premises with the opening of a new manufacturing and distribution plant.

The new facility will further streamline the manufacturing and distribution process and benefits from an improved stockholding facility allowing the company to comfortably support an increase in consumer demand.

Of equal importance is the energy efficient lighting which has been installed to support Tidyco’s commitment to the organisations environmental policies and procedures.

The new plant was officially opened by Amanda Solloway MP on Friday 10th February 2017.

Amanda stated during the official opening; “It is great to see British manufacturing businesses expanding. I am really looking forward to taking a look around.”

Philip Mason – Production Director for Tidyco Ltd, summarises; “Tidyco Ltd is dedicated to a continuing expansion programme and the official opening of the new plant forms part of a long term growth strategy. Tidyco Ltd will continue innovating in order to enhance the scope and scale of the organisation’s overall service offering.”

Phil concludes; “A great deal of effort has gone into the new plant expansion. I would like to take this opportunity to personally thank Tidyco’s very own Michael Bishop, whose hard work and dedication to this particular project has been outstanding.”

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