PTFE maker moves into Bridge Business Park unit

PTFE maker moves into Bridge Business Park unit
(L-R) Jimmy Marshall of Frank Marshall Estates, Terence Chadwick, Jonathan O’Connor and Edward Marshall

PTFE Flex, a West Yorkshire company manufacturing PTFE hose assemblies, has moved into a 7,000 sq ft property unit at Bridge Business Park in Huddersfield.

The company has relocated from a smaller unit Wellington Business Park in Bradford. Both business parks are owned by Frank Marshall Estates.

“In PTFE Flex’s case, it became obvious that they had outgrown their premises in Bradford and when we suggested a unit at our new business park in Huddersfield, they felt it was a perfect solution,” said Edward Marshall of Frank Marshall Estates.

“This was a solution which suited everyone. This is an important step in PTFE Flex’s journey and we will be supporting them all the way as they settle into their new premises at the Bridge Business Park.”

Terence Chadwick, MD of PTFE Flex, said: “Ultimately we have outgrown our base at Wellington Park and moving to the Bridge Business Park seemed the obvious solution. We trust Edward and Jimmy Marshall of Frank Marshall Estates completely and it made perfect sense to move to their state-of-the-art new business park.”

Jonathan O’Connor of West Yorkshire property consultancy Walker Singleton, who are marketing the site for Frank Marshall Estates, added: “The success of the Bridge Business Park is well-deserved. The quality of the units is exceptional, with superb workmanship.

“It was brave of Frank Marshall Estates to develop speculatively, but that decision has paid off handsomely.”