In today’s competitive market, businesses are always expanding, looking to get an edge over their competition. Company sites like www.probathroomfitterssouthampton.com are always updating, detailing the company’s expansions or plans thereof.
One such company is Harrison Bathrooms, in Keighley, West Yorkshire, which has such ambitious plans for growth and expansion, alongside providing new jobs for locals. Most companies constantly strive to expand ambitiously, local businesses are no exception. But this one is notable due to the fact that the company’s received large financial backing, a seven-figure-sum boost, from international financial giant HSBC.
The bathroom furnishing business is family-owned and operated, and is notable for having its history tied to Thomas Crapper, considered by some as the father of modern-day plumbing. The Deal Street company, famously, has also been involved with some of the country’s most well-known plumbing outfits, and has now grown into a major player in the country, supplying over 1,000 retailers and plumbers’ merchants across the country, via its Scudo catalogue.
As part of its plan to expand, the firm will be releasing new ranges to the company catalogues. Notably, this expansion comes hot at the heels of the company’s successful representation recently at Birmingham’s Kitchen, Bedroom and Bathroom show, held at the NEC.
Another part of the expansion plans will be the opening of a new depot in the Southeast, as well as adding more vehicles to its fleet.
This strategy is expected to create at least 15 new jobs locally, with an aim of increasing company turnover by 50% over a two-year time span, from £12.5 million annually, up to, at least, £18 million.
The company’s Managing Director, James Harrison, says that the company is excited for the company’s future, and that they are excited to be sharing their outlook of the future with HSBC. He adds that the company’s quality standards, for both its products and services, continue to impress, which is why they’re expanding.
HSBC Relationship Director for West Yorkshire, Anthony Wild, says that the bank is happy to give Harrison Bathrooms their backing, and that they look forward to working with the bathroom furnishers as their operations expand.