Conservatory Roof venture takes up industrial space at Bolton Point Bolton.
PCL (Phil Coppell Limited) who occupy 9,700 sqft at B & E Boys site at Cuba Industrial Estate in Ramsbottom have just signed up with a new venture taking 8,000 sq ft of space at Bolton Point at Waters Meeting.
Although a new venture, it’s still in familiar territory, namely conservatory roofs. This probably makes him uniquely qualified within the sector and it is to Wendland that he is turning withPCL, the new venture. He is known to many in the conservatory industry and been involved in this industry for over 15 years being personally responsible for the fabrication of over 40,000 conservatory roofs in that time.
This is Phil’s second stint with Wendland – it’s fair to say that whilst he was away using one of the other of the three brands, Wendland went through its own transition, as it joined Ultraframe as part of the Latium Group.
The Bolton site is better know for its former use serving the paper machinery industry and is the only site in Europer with the scale of foundry required to manufacture giant rollers them. Cuba Idustrial Estate in Stubbins is home to such tenants as TNT, Oasis Foster Care, Northern Parrots and Jet Chem Systems.
B & E Boys always work hard to ensure companies can grow within their Northwest portfolion of Industrial and Commercial property porfolio. The Waters Meeting site also has planning consent for a number large manufacturing facilities, as well as 40,000 sq ft of office which is ideal for call centre uses.
PCLis offering it’s services to retailers nationwide and has already received orders from lapsed customers and is actively re-introducing ex-Wendland users to his product/service.