Warewashing manufacturer Maidaid Halcyon has extended its warehouse in a move that will allow it to hold a wider assortment of machines for the market.
The company took the decision to expand its current stock-holding facility in a bid to keep up with increased demand and ensure it doesn’t run out of its most popular dishwashers and ice machines.
An extra 30% space has been added to its existing head office site in Brackley, Northamptonshire, with contractors working to a tight timetable to ensure Maidaid was ready to increase its stock levels during August, when many factories in continental Europe close their doors.
Julian Lambert, sales director of Maidaid, said: “I did not believe it was possible when the plans were first unveiled to me but the Brackley team have worked tirelessly to provide and equip the additional warehousing.”
Lambert said the company’s aim is to be able to supply machines from stock for next-day delivery, with the only exception being larger bespoke rack and flight machines.
“With the additional space we can now stock our New Evolution Minirack models,” he said. “August is a difficult month but with the additional stock facility we are confident we can satisfy our customers’ requirements.”