14 December 2021
Core Equipment has located to new 6,400 sq ft industrial premises at Silverstone Park – part of a recently competed 258,000 sq ft development comprising 13 properties at the estate.
A leading supplier of innovative technology to the drinks industry, Core’s head office houses its marketing, sales, finance and logistics teams, and provides both a storage and workshop space for pre-inspections of equipment to support the businesses expansion.
The move coincides with Core’s new office in Dijon, France to supply demand in the European market.
Marketing Manager Beth Kelsey explained: “Over the past ten years we have seen both a huge growth in business and staff. Alongside a refurbished look to our logo and new website, the new premises at Silverstone Park really stood out for us.
“We’re right next to a world-famous sporting venue, making it a great place for customers to visit – it enables us to show who we are by being part of an innovative business community.
“We’re in a period of progression and the new office gives us greater space to allow the whole team to work closer together.”
Working with manufacturers across Europe, USA and China to deliver high-quality equipment for customers’ business development and growth, Core tailors its services specifically to producers in the craft beverage markets – in sectors such as beer, wine, juice, cider and spirits.
Beth added: “We can provide everything from an apple press to a complete brewery, as well as packaging solutions.
“Finding the right solution for customers is something we place a lot of pride in and, as a B2B company, assisting the customer throughout their purchasing journey is supported by our wider team in purchasing and logistics.
“Our in-house service team provides comprehensive installations, commissioning and training on all equipment we supply.”
Core Equipment continues to settle into its building, with an added mezzanine extension creating additional space for its team to grow alongside its business successes.
Images show Core Equipment founder Jonathan Chaplin (above) and Core’s new HQ at Silverstone Park.