The Hearing & Mobility Store Ltd, which trades as The Mobility Store, has moved its engineering facility to a larger building in order to meet increased demand.
The new 2,500 square foot unit in Wroughton is expected to triple the dealer’s engineering capacity and help it to improve the business’s efficiency and customer service it can offer.
Since it was established in 2008, the retailer has opened five stores across Wiltshire and Gloucestershire supplying a wide range of mobility, hearing and disability aids.
The servicing of customers’ mobility aids was originally done in-store but two years ago the company opened a small engineering facility in Bassett Down.
With a growing number of stores and increased volume of customers, it outgrew the available space and began searching for larger premises close to its existing stores.
Its new facility is located next to the M4 which is designed to allow for easy access and to achieve logistical efficiencies.
James Gregory, partner at property consultant Alder King said that the unit, which is three times larger than The Mobility Store’s previous site, will provide the retailer with “good quality long-term engineering and storage space as well as a small office area”.
“The property is in excellent condition, with generous car parking and easy access to the M4. It sits in a prominent roadside location on Wroughton Business Park which itself benefits from easy access on to the M4 via junction 16,” he said.
The Hearing & Mobility Store Ltd has taken the property on a new five year lease.