Established national commercial and industrial property consultancy Bulleys, has helped the national air bake supplier, EXB (UK) to move into its new regional base in Wolverhampton.
The leading property consultancy has helped EXB (UK) to move from their Electric Avenue depot in Birmingham to their new 1,637 sq ft Unit 24 on the Wulfrun Trading Estate, off Stafford Road.
EXB (UK) Branch Manager Roger Gibbons said: “The West Midlands is an ideal target market for us – it is the UK’s centre for logistics,”
“We cover the Birmingham area, but our previous premises were close to Junction 6 of the M6 and the weight of traffic could make us difficult to get to.
“Our premises in Wolverhampton are about the same size, but we are much more accessible while still having easy access to the motorway network. It’s [the new base] ideal.
“We were looking for new premises and saw these on Bulleys’ website. I can’t fault the service we have had from Ed Jenkinson and Bulleys – they were very helpful.”
EXB (UK) is the biggest independent specialist wholesaler of air brake components for lorries, trailers, coaches and busses.
Bulleys Assistant Surveyor Edward Jenkinson handled the letting on behalf of the Wulfrun Trading Estate’s owners; commenting on the deal Edward said: “They [EXB] are extremely popular with a wide range of businesses, providing quality accommodation combined with easy access and reasonable terms – particularly compared with units in more congested parts of the region.”
With their main headquarters in Bristol and now three satellite deports at Warrington, Stockton-on-Tees and now Wolverhampton, EXB (UK) supplies major clients such as Scania and Iveco.
Featured Image: Ed Jenkinson of Bulleys (left) with Roger Gibbons of EXB.