Weatherite expands its operations in Scotland

Weatherite Building Services has moved to larger premises in Scotland to handle increasing workload, just a year after opening an office in East Kilbride.

The new office is in Foxley, Glasgow and is managed by Martin Burnett. He says, ‘We have seen significant growth over the past 12 months, and the aim is to continue to expand our business and offer a full range of HVAC capabilities.’

Mike Turton, sales director, adds, ‘We see this move as a crucial step in developing new business opportunities and expanding the services we currently offer across the region.’

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