Max Shelley surveyor at Bulleys Chartered Surveyors reports “A modern production/warehouse unit has been let at Potters Lane, Wednesbury, just off the main A41 Black Country Road, to Willenhall-based Quantum Print and Packaging Limited. Bulleys were instructed to let the building on behalf of the freeholder, Fletcher Estates Ltd”.
With Ian Roberts, partner of chartered surveyors Towler Shaw Roberts acting on behalf of Quantum, the privately owned company is a leading manufacturer of innovative high quality bespoke printed cartons produced to fit their customers’ products and enhance their brand identity. A customer led business that offers competitive costs, innovation, development and a high quality of service and product, Quantum can assist from project conception through to final production. More information can be found at www.quantumpackaging.co.uk.
Their new premises, known as Topmark House, provide 30,227 sq.ft of modern warehouse/industrial accommodation with a large yard giving a total site area of approximately 2.08 acres (0.84 hectares), and with a very prominent frontage to the busy A461. Max Shelley commented “We are experiencing strengthening demand in this region for good quality warehouse accommodation such as Topmark House, as confidence continues to grow in the market. The unit presents very well both internally and externally, and is a further example that modern industrial property continues to be in demand in the Black Country. Working closely with our client Fletcher Estates Limited, we are delighted to have secured a letting to Quantum Print and Packaging.”
Ian Roberts of Towler Shaw Roberts, acting on behalf of the tenant, commented “It has been a pleasure to advise Quantum, and to assist in its relocation to what is a very well located and prominent site. This further represents another impressive example of improving business confidence in the region, and the opportunities that exist in the stock of property available in the area“.
Chris Holmes, Managing Director of Quantum Print and Packaging said that "the new factory site marks an exciting new chapter for Quantum and the business would now be able to further sustainably expand and fully realise the potential of recent major investments made on modern production machinery.
The location, prominence and suitability of the site have further enhanced Quantum’s status and reputation as one of the most dynamic, enterprising and energetic manufacturers of printed packaging in the UK".