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Harrow Green becomes Birmingham Chamber Patron

23 November 2011

On 1st November Harrow Green, one of the country’s leading relocation services providers, joined the Birmingham Chamber of Commerce Patronage scheme, enabling the company to forge high-profile connections to businesses and business leaders in the region.

Liz Harper, Harrow Green’s commercial manager, says: ‘Becoming a Patron is an important extension of our commitment to businesses in the region. We already work closely with a number of Midlands companies, building partnerships to help businesses change and develop. It’s appropriate that we should consolidate our achievements, and our brand, by becoming a Patron of the Birmingham Chamber of Commerce.’

Jerry Blackett, chief executive of the Chamber, said: “We are delighted that a company of Harrow Green’s standing has joined us as a patron at the Chamber. We look forward to helping them develop their brand and to promote their expertise in this extremely specialised area of work.

“The move underlines Harrow Green’s commitment to Birmingham and the West Midlands and we look forward to linking them to further opportunities in this area.

Building business partnerships in the Midlands
Harrow Green is the UK’s foremost relocation services provider, with wide experience in planning complex moves and delivering on time and to budget. Harrow Green is also an important provider of office furniture and fit-out services in Birmingham and the surrounding area.
The Midlands hub, Harrow Green’s largest operation outside London, works from a modern warehouse facility in Bromford, four miles from Birmingham City Centre, which houses its sales, administration, operations and records management teams. Records management is a fast-growing core service, providing clients with a secure environment for combined offsite and in-house inventory control, barcode enabled fast retrieval, and storage for archived material at Harrow Green’s Nuneaton satellite location.

With expertise in relocating businesses and organisations of all sizes, Harrow Green brings a partnership approach to planning and managing people and office relocations that minimises disruption and keeps businesses working. Harrow Green’s clients include business offices, legal and financial services, the automotive industry, hospitals, health care centres, libraries, museums, universities and schools. Harrow Green has successfully completed a number of significant contracts for high-profile West Midlands clients, including Severn Trent Water, the new Bournville College and the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham.

Harrow Green is fully committed to its corporate social responsibility programme and leads the way in green recycling solutions for its clients. Harrow Green was accredited ‘One to Watch’ in the 2011 Best Companies Awards and is proud of its record as an employer of choice in the West Midlands.
About Harrow Green
Harrow Green is a national company specialising in the design and creation of effective workspaces, business relocation and storage, desktop and server moves, records and media management.

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