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Wirtgen Group UK open new headquarters

Wirtgen UK HQ

Company now operating from state-of-the-art facilities in Newark, Nottinghamshire

WIRTGEN Group UK have officially opened their new UK headquarters in Newark, Nottinghamshire. The £12.5 million investment includes a new 5,500 sq m head office building to support the continued growth of the business, which now employs more than 120 people in the UK.

The nine-acre site also houses a new workshop capable of providing maintenance and repairs for the company’s largest machines, and a spare parts distribution warehouse that will stock approximately 8,000 different items.

In addition, two new training rooms will give access to the most modern facilities for more than 400 people a year, and a new outdoor centre will allow customers to undertake practical training on the company’s road pavers and planers.

Commenting on the new headquarters, Wirtgen UK’s managing director, Paul Holmes, said: ‘This fantastic new facility demonstrates our commitment to continued growth in the UK across all our machine types and brands. Customers will benefit from a greatly enhanced spare parts delivery service and a significant increase in our repair and workshop capacity.’

He added: ‘The close proximity to our previous office has allowed us to retain all of our outstanding team and we look forward to welcoming customers to site and realizing the opportunity that this state-of-the-art facility provides.’

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