South Coast Expansion For Angel Springs

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Angel Springs, the UK’s leading water cooler service provider, is pleased to announce the relocation of its South Coast distribution centre to a new, dedicated, facility in Poole, Dorset.

Angel Springs

Angel Springs

Angel Springs, the UK’s leading water cooler service provider, is pleased to announce the relocation of its South Coast distribution centre to a new, dedicated, facility in Poole, Dorset.

Angel’s impressive growth and expanding customer base on the South Coast sees them moving away from their shared facility in Blandford only 12 months after their geographic expansion into the South Coast.

John Dundon, Angel’s Managing Director commented “This is an exciting move for us, the demand for a high quality, value for money service provider on the South Coast has more than exceeded our expectations and underpins our commitment to providing a truly local service.

Our significant investment in the new, improved, distribution facility will allow us to continue to grow ahead of the market and provide us with an excellent platform to continue as the leading service provider not only in the South Coast, but in the UK.”

The move follows on quickly from Angel’s recent acquisition of Aquae Sulis and impressive organic growth over the last 12 months.

Since the formation of three regional businesses in 2003 Angel Springs has doubled in size with a strategic mixture of acquisitions, organic and geographic growth and has more ambitious plans to continue its growth in 2011.

About Angel Springs

Angel Springs is the UK’s leading water cooler service provider. Established since 1989 they provide both bottled and mains fed water coolers to businesses and organisations throughout the UK. Focussing on delivering local service, nationally they service over 45,000 water coolers from eight depots throughout the UK and employ over 180 staff.

http://www.angelsprings.com

Telephone: 0845 370 1177

Email: enquiries(at)angelsprings(dot)com

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