With the aim of providing improved support and services, Clos-o-Mat has moved from its original offices to larger premises, based in Manchester.
The company, which supplies assistive toilet technology throughout the UK, has experienced a recent progression in sales, and a corresponding growth in personnel.
It has also acknowledged an increase in demand for its Palma Vita wash and dry toilet, as well as its installation services, which include fixing Changing Places suites for those who need personal hygiene assistance.
Providing almost twice the space as its previous headquarters, Clos-o-Mat’s new offices will allow the company to expand its team; employees will also benefit from meeting, demonstration and presentation facilities.
The headquarters have been designed to accommodate company’s disabled clients, offering a level access entrance, which leads to the ground floor presentation and meeting areas.
Clos-o-Mat believes that its new premises will allow it to continue to offer comprehensive toilet support technology for elderly and disabled people: a service it has been providing for over 50 years.
Building 1, Brooklands Place,
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