Eltherington's new manufacturing and office facility on Hedon Road, Hull.
Nick Hill

Eltherington make multi-million pound investment in Hull facility

Eltherington has announced a multi-million pound investment in a new manufacturing and office facility on Hedon Road, Hull.

The architectural metalwork specialist is relocating to the new facility due to continued expansion of the business, which has seen Eltherington outgrow its existing 5.5 acre site on Dansom Lane South.

The move to the new 11 acre site on Hedon Road, formerly home of Seven Seas, will occur after a significant phase of redevelopment work is completed.

Eltherington invested into the new facility as part of its growth strategy by manufacturing high quality solutions, along with customer service, for each market segment in which it operates; leisure, architectural metalwork and stockholding.

Antony Eltherington, group managing director, said: “After what has been and continues to be an exciting and exceptionally busy period for the whole of the Eltherington Group, we have taken the decision to purchase a much larger, modern site on Hedon Road which gives us significant scope for growth for the next period of our business.

“Investing in a site that is double the size of our existing is an indication of just how much we have grown over the last few years. We are continually developing new systems and solutions which, combined with our exceptional team of staff, means we have outgrown our existing premises.

“The new purpose-built manufacturing spaces will be configured to allow production of our new products which has been the result of working closely with our customers. Over the years this collaboration has resulted in a constant stream of innovative solutions.

Antony added: “Eltherington has been manufacturing high quality solutions in Hull for over 50 years. Moving to the new site on Hedon Road will provide us with an opportunity to upgrade and modernize a number of our production processes, which will increase our overall efficiency and capacity even further.”

Eltherington, which currently employs around 200 staff in Hull, has supplied a wide variety of projects including rainscreen cladding for the RIBA award-winning London Southbank University and perforated solar shading for Corpus Christi College at the University of Cambridge. Other projects include cladding for the LBBW Bank, Moscow and, closer to home, Bridgewater Place in Leeds and Birmingham New Street Station.

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