Stafford-based Global manufacturing parts provider, EU Automation, is expanding their business into a new premises on Temple Street in central Birmingham.
The business hopes that Birmingham’s central location will help recruitment and provide a foothold in the Midlands and the wider UK.
Neil Ballinger, EU Automation’s head of EMEA, said: “I’m proud to announce the opening of our new Sales office in the heart of Birmingham City Centre.
“The new location presents us with an opportunity to expand our services across the European market that we have been successfully serving since 2009.”
EU Automation hopes that the new office’s proximity to New Street Station will help them take advantage of the city’s connectivity both nationally and internationally.
It’s a move that forms a core part of the business’s expansion. The Temple Street building, for which EU Automation has signed a five-year lease for the 5,000 sq ft sixth floor, boasts fantastic facilities for staff and plenty of natural light.
The global parts supplier has sold over 1.9 million parts to around 55,000 customers worldwide. Their Stafford office currently houses a diverse UK team that prides itself on a variety of native language speakers to aid EU Automation’s work across the globe.
Neil continued: “Birmingham is the perfect location for our vibrant and multicultural business to thrive and grow as it offers us a wealth of experienced and talented local people who are essential for the future success of our business.”
Temple Street joins EU Automation’s impressive list of business locations that already includes Stafford, Frankfurt, Chicago, and Singapore.