Saracen Interiors has increased its turnover by almost 50 per cent, which comes after the company enjoyed one of its most fruitful trading years ever.
2018 will see the award winning, workplace consultant start with its biggest ever forward order book. Also, with new clients making up four fifths of last year’s increase in turnover, the company is looking ahead to possibly a record year in the making.
Following the opening of new offices in Salford’s Media City, Saracen has used its increased and burgeoning standing in the North to acquire further business.
Director of Saracen Interiors, Michael Page, commented: “We’ve won some big contracts this year, including one of the largest in our history, which was the fit out of a landmark, iconic building in Yorkshire.
“The commercial property market in areas like Yorkshire and the North West is currently thriving and our job, going forward, will be to build on the new links we have forged and continue to make it happen for Saracen by building a strong reputation in these regions.
“It’s incredibly exciting and challenging to go into new territories and to identify the right opportunities. Our history is in the South but our future is UK-wide and so we will continue to work hard to make those first impressions count.”
Over the past year, Saracen has built its profile in the professional and finance markets, as well as creating ones in the technology and digital sectors too.
The last ten years has seen Saracen’s workforce numbers increase, alongside its turnover, with the company proudly investing in local apprentices, training schemes and industry-specific innovations.
It also is also renowned for improving workplace efficiency and its tailor-made, inexpensive solutions.
For more than three decades, Saracen has created spectacular workspaces for a gamut of massive companies; Coca-Cola Enterprises, Toshiba, Tata Communications, Pizza Hut and Sue Ryder Care to name only a few.
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