Assistive technology and prosthetics manufacturer, Steeper, has moved to a new facility in Leeds where it will base its manufacturing and office operations.
The company has had a strong presence in Yorkshire for more than 30 years and its new home is the result of months of extensive building works.
It is now based at Unit 3 at Intermezzo Drive, where it has a state-of-the-art site, part-produce by partners Sewell Construction and Park Designed.
The healthcare company said: “With a cohesive workforce brought together in one location, our move will enable us to continue to provide exceptional products and services, all the while improving our efficiencies. Our ultimate aim continues to be to create turning points in people’s lives. Once we have settled into our new home, we will be holding an official opening event
“We would like to thank our customers, partners and suppliers for their continued support throughout our move, and we look forward to working together in the future.”
Earlier this year Steeper Group announced a buyout from its management with the aim of driving international growth.
The deal saw two members of the existing executive board of directors, Paul Steeper, CEO and John Midgley, finance director, acquire the business from UK mid-market private equity firm, Dunedin.
As part of the agreement, the company’s BeBionic area of the business transferred ownership to German prosthetics company, Ottobock.