A leading global manufacturer and supplier of food and beverage equipment are set to establish its UK headquarters in Worcester later this month.
Marmon Food & Beverage Equipment will occupy a 28,500 sq ft unit at Stoford’s Worcester Six Business Park, creating a number of jobs in the process.
Edward Peel, Development Manager at Stoford, highlighted Stofor’s strategic location just off junction 6 of the M5 stating: “Worcester Six Business Park has been selected due to its excellent communications and proximity to [a] quality workforce,”
He added: “The building, which is now nearing completion, will also host national and international guests who wish to view the customer experience area and meet with senior members of staff. We are looking forward to welcoming Marmon and its staff to the business park.”
Marmon Food & Beverage Equipment are a group of businesses that produces food preparation and holding equipment for restaurants and other commercial environments.
Real estate company Liberty Property Trust forward funded the building last year from Stoford Developments, with the benefit of the lease to Marmon already in place.
Commenting on the arrival of Marmon to Worcester Six, Jane Harrison, director at Liberty Property Trust, said: “We are delighted to have funded another building at Worcester Six.
Jane continued: “A scheme in which we have already developed two buildings speculatively, one of which is now let to Siemens and a second, Liberty 163, which is available and provides 163,000 sq ft of prime logistics space.”
Featured Image: (l-r) Martin Head, A&H Construction; Councillor Richard Morris, Worcestershire County Council; Jane Harrison, Liberty Property Trust; Simon Felton, Cornelius Beverage Technologies; Stephen Butterworth, Worcestershire County Council; Gerard Ludlow, Stoford Developments; Gary Woodman, Worcestershire LEP.