Recare has purchased the building located opposite its main facility to help it manage ‘continuous growth.’
It detailed how it has seen ongoing growth in recent years and needed to expand its facilities to meet the needs of the developing brand.
Recare outlines the need for additional storage space and room for good logistics.
Commenting on the move, Richard Holland-Oakes, CEO and co-founder at Recare, said: “just like the clinic and showroom developments we felt that our workshops should equivalent our commendable service and ultimately have the most advanced capabilities in one place against our competitors in the industry. (much like the expectation of a BMW workshop).”
Adding: “It enables any equipment required is on hand and available with easy access to make our ever-adventurous specialist adaptations to overcome boundaries for clients maximising the potential of the supplied chairs and being able to support and maintain this complex and expensive equipment.”
Recare went on to explain how building the infrastructure to support good customer service is important to the company and was pleased to be recognised for it at this year’s AMP Awards, winning the Customer Aftersales Support gong.
The company said this is just one milestone achievement in Recare’s commitment to its plans for development and ongoing successes.