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Let’s go nuts on the mezzanine floor

Posted by Trevor
January 3, 2012 in Community

A factory in Northallerton which makes nut-free products has become so successful that it is planning to meet the increasing demand by expanding its premises with the addition of a  mezzanine flooring  mezzanine flooring level.

The construction of mezzanine floors in existing premises has become a very popular strategy by many businessmen over recent years, having the double advantage of retaining the outward appearance of an old building whilst making use of unused headroom.

It’s Nut Free was established ten years ago in response to the difficulty Angela Russell encountered in finding suitable nut-free products for her daughter who had been diagnosed with a serious nut allergy. The business has gone from strength to strength since then, with year-on-year sales for the last two years showing an average increase of 187 per cent.

It’s Nut Free now has a wide client base, which includes NHS hospitals and several large supermarkets, to which it supplies a range of cereal, biscuits, confectionery and cakes. It has just struck a deal with its main client, the hotel chain De Vere Venues, to supply three new lines to each of their 29 conference centres across the UK and Mrs. Russell is optimistic that sales will continue to increase as the brand becomes more widely known.

Needing to expand in the most space and cost-efficient manner, It’s Nut Free is intending to install a mezzanine floor in its present factory which will enable production to double, from one shift to two shifts a day.

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