Aegg growth drives relocation to larger headquerters

British Glass member and creative packaging suppliers to global food and beverage brands - Aegg - has moved to larger head office premises, prompted by an increased demand for its food packaging ranges. 


The company has recently moved from Salisbury to Andover with a 300% increase in square metres of floor space. As part of the company’s growth, Aegg has taken on three new staff within the last month and has heavily invested in new machinery and tooling for a recent high-volume project. 


Aegg’s new head office includes a product showroom and houses its design, marketing and administration functions. The three new members of staff have added to the company’s sales and logistics divisions, ensuring continued efficiencies to meet the increased demand. 


Aegg’s managing director, Jamie Gorman, said:


“Aegg has continued to grow year-on-year since it was formed in 2010 and so the move into bigger offices and taking on key new staff is the next logical step as part of our continued expansion plan. The considerable investment in new machinery and tooling is part of our ongoing commitment to provide a turnkey project management service for clients whether they are a start-up company, major UK supermarket or global food and drink brand.”

 

Notes:

Aegg is a specialist food and beverage glass and plastics packaging company.  Aegg packaging can be found in the premium shelves of all major UK supermarkets. For more information about Aegg, go to www.aegg.co.uk

 

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