Sunday, June 16, 2024

New premises enable expansion at Metheringham kitchen company

Metheringham-based Phoenix Kitchens has taken over new premises at Scoley Court off Moor Lane in Metheringham, which is owned by North Kesteven District Council.

The move is perfect timing, as the business also prepares to celebrate its 20th birthday in October.

Phoenix Kitchens makes and sells kitchens and bedrooms, and is moving from the Moorlands Trading Estate, where it has been in business in Metheringham for almost 20 years.

Owner and Director Andy Graham said: “After starting to manufacture our own products in 2013 we quickly ran out of space. Scoley Court was the perfect opportunity for us to expand and allow us to upscale our operation, providing two additional jobs in the process.

“Scoley Court also allowed us to open a large showroom, which has resulted in additional sales and continued expansion, leading to needing more warehouse space hence taking on Unit 4 Scoley Court, in addition to 5, 6 and 7.

“Working with Eddisons Incorporating Banks Long & Co has been key to securing the units at Scoley Court and the transition across from Moor Lane. When we needed more space, they have come up trumps twice in securing additional units, allowing the business to grow.”

North Kesteven District Council Leader Councillor Richard Wright said: “This is a fantastic success story about a business clearly working incredibly hard to keep expanding and delivering great services, and which has had the space and freedom to grow through the availability of suitable units locally.

“It’s a great example of why we are focused on providing high quality space across the District to meet the needs of growing businesses, and I wish it all the best as it continues to succeed.”

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