Farm equipment manufacturer moves to underfloor heated base
Agricultural machinery manufacturing giant Grimme UK has now relocated to new premises equipped with energy saving underfloor heating.
The successful company has moved from its previous site near the village of Dunnington to a built-for-purpose base in Market Weighton that cost £3 million to construct. The larger premises encompass 17,700 square feet and are fitted with everything the company requires to serve its customers around the Humber and Yorkshire areas.
Along with the economical underfloor heating system, the site offers three dedicated floors of office space, a workshop equipped with a gantry crane, stores, a service yard and numerous outbuildings designed for servicing and storing farm machinery.
Speaking to Pocklington Post, Patrick Graf Grote, Managing Director for Grimme UK, commented that the new base will enable the firm to stock more parts in an organised fashion. It will also provide greater efficiency levels for staff, who will now have more room to manoeuvre machinery and be able to conduct repairs in a purpose-built workshop, instead of in the yard outside.
Grote added that the new overhead crane will speed up and facilitate lifting work, while a brand-new customer area affords an enhanced visitor experience.
Not only UK homeowners can benefit from modern underfloor heating systems, but businesses as well. From keeping customers and staff comfortable to less space wasted compared to conventional heating solutions, there are multiple advantages for companies adopting this innovative option. Reduced energy bills are also vital for every business that is keen to keep their running costs as low as possible.