Pitacs invests in new Milton Keynes head office

Published:  17 January, 2011

MILTON KEYNES: Pitacs, one of the UK’s largest independent joint distributors of heating and electrical products, is moving to Milton Keynes following the acquisition of a major logisitics hub.

The new head office premises at Bradbourne Point, which will be home to the Aeon and Ultraheat radiator brands, consists of 110 000sqft of office and warehouse space.

Previously based in Leighton Buzzard, with 36 employees in the UK, Pitacs moved to Bradbourne Point in October. The attractive glass-fronted building has been refurbished to Pitacs’ specification and offers 10 000sqft of office accommodation with 100 000sqft of 9m high warehousing behind.

The industrial estate, which is also occupied by brand names such as Red Bull and Yamaha, is just three miles from Junctions 13 and 14 of the M1, one mile from the A5 and ten minutes’ drive from Central Milton Keynes.

Pitacs, established in 1989, manufactures and sells a wide range of radiator products, cables and electrical accessories for homes and businesses both in the UK and abroad.

It has established itself as a specialist provider of contemporary sculptural radiators which blend artistic design with engineering excellence. A further 70 employees are based at the group’s design and manufacturing facility in Turkey.

Managing director, Saffet Kalender, says: “We have been looking for the right premises for some months now and are delighted to have bought Bradbourne Point which reflects our brand positioning as well as offering the appropriate space. The location is very accessible and the warehousing means we can we can increase our stock levels using the most recent order processing system.”

 

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