Quantum Mouldings Shares Success Story With Clients
Quantum Mouldings of Kidderminster will be celebrating the next chapter of their development with an opening event for clients at their new premises on Thursday 26th February.
Around 40 guests are expected to attend the event, alongside special guests Mark Garnier MP and the Mayor of Kidderminster, Cllr Michael Price and Consort, Mr Paul Simpson, which will be held at the former Sealine factory, purchased by the company last year. Quantum Mouldings is a family business that has been manufacturing fibreglass products for a wide range of applications for 30 years.
When they outgrew their premises in Stourbridge, they invested £1.2 million in the relocation and fit–out of the new premises. They were supported with a European Regional Development Fund grant from the Green Bridge Supply Chain Programme, which was obtained with assistance from Birmingham City Council.
The move will enable the company to pursue its ambitious plans for growth, with turnover predicted to grow to £5 million within five years and the workforce to increase to 50 within 3 years.
Ten new staff have already been recruited, which was a key requirement of the funding. Since the move into the 50,000 sq.ft. space, the company has purchased more machinery, built new offices and improved processes enabling them to extend further into green technology markets – something the company has long been keen to pursue.
Owner and director Peter Wooldridge
says, “It’s been a huge expansion and a lot of hard work
over the past few months, but we’ve achieved what we set out
to do. And now we’re looking forward to showing off our new
capabilities to our clients. Hopefully they’ll be as
delighted as we are!”