Wednesday, April 11, 2012

News: Sarclad take space on the AMP


Sarclad Limited, a provider of advanced technology products for the metals industry, is relocating on to the UK's premier Advanced Manufacturing Park in Rotherham.

Sarclad's relocation from Chesterfield to the 13,597 sq ft of office space is expected to boost the local economy and create additional employment opportunities.

The largest letting at the Evolution development by UK Strategic Partnership Ltd, a joint venture between Harworth Estates and Strategic Sites, was advised by Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH).

The firm is a world leader in providing technology-based products to assist metal producers reduce manufacturing costs and improve product quality. Over the last 30 years the company has grown and expanded around the world and now supplies quality equipment to all of the leading steel manufacturers and suppliers across 46 different countries.

Keith Shillam, managing director of Sarclad said: "We're delighted to be relocating to the Evolution phase at the Advanced Manufacturing Park. The bigger space better suits our plans for growth and to be part of a development which is fast becoming world known as the centre for advanced technology cements our commitment to providing only the very best quality products to our client base."

Ed Norris, surveyor at LSH in Sheffield added: "Sarclad is an extremely forward thinking company, with big plans to continue to grow and expand across our region and throughout other countries, so we're delighted that they will be taking up residence in South Yorkshire, they will bring a welcome boost to our local economy."

Recent moves to the Evolution units include Carbolite and X:Cel Superturn. They join leading names on the AMP including Boeing, Rolls-Royce and Dormer Tools.

Shaun O'Brien, investment manager at Harworth Estates (a division of UK Coal plc), said: "The Advanced Manufacturing Park was built to capitalise on the exceptional engineering and manufacturing expertise amassed in the South Yorkshire area, and to further strengthen that capability in order for the region's companies to remain globally competitive. So it's great to see that it's becoming a magnet for advanced companies such as Sarclad."

Sarclad website

Advanced Manufacturing Park website



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