Major Banbury Companies On The Move With Jamie Briggs!

A busy summer for Jamie Briggs Removals & Storage has culminated in prestigious contracts with three major Banbury firms.

The company, which is based at Upper Heyford, was chosen by Norbar Torque Tools, Banbury Postiche and Karcher UK to advise and deliver on their specific removal requirements.

Norbar, one of the world’s largest specialists in the field of torque tools, was established in 1942 in North Bar, Banbury and is still owned solely by the descendants of its founder, Bill Brodey. After 32 years in Beaumont Road, 120 employees have recently relocated to purpose built new premises in Wildmere Road.

Catherine Rohll, Commercial Director at Norbar, commented “We were delighted that we chose Jamie Briggs to help us with moving our offices from Beaumont Road to our newly refurbished premises on Wildmere Road.  Jamie and his team were helpful, adaptable and always willing to go the extra mile to make sure that the move went as smoothly as possible.”

This contract was closely followed by the move of 25 employees and a vast amount of stock from Banbury Postiche to Apollo Park, Wroxton. Banbury Postiche has been at the forefront of developing and providing hair products, wigs and wig making equipment throughout the UK and internationally for 80 years.

Kärcher, a family-owned global leader in cleaning technology, which employs over 11,000 worldwide, and is renowned for their high pressure cleaners, floor care equipment and many other products with distinct yellow and black branding.  Jamie Briggs provided a bespoke package to move their UK head office workforce of 125, plus IT equipment and canteen facilities from Beaumont Road to their iconic new premises in Brookhill Way.

Managing Director, Jamie Briggs, commented, “We were delighted that three leading, local companies entrusted major relocation projects to us and I would like to thank all my staff for their dedication and hard work. As a Banburian, it is extremely gratifying that not only have these employers chosen to remain in the area but have also used a local supplier, reinforcing the many values and advantages of this region”.

Posted: 29th September 2016

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