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12.18.2014
Trojan Utilities confirm New Year headquarters move
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Trojan Utilities who specialise in the installation and maintenance of domestic Smart Meters throughout the UK have confirmed an office move in the New Year. Trojan have taken 8,460sq ft of office space at Stadium House based on Middlebrook’s Retail, Leisure and Business Park which is owned and managed bySouth Manchester based landlord Orbit Developments.

Whilst Stadium House will act as their headquarters base, thebusiness also has offices in Scotland, Normanton (Yorkshire), andplans to keep its other Bolton office located on LecturersClose.

Launched in 2011 by Bolton born Managing Director GarethOpenshaw, the business has grown rapidly over a short period, doubling turnover in 2013 and is set to do so again. Trojan’sbusiness model is targeted specifically for the Smart Meterindustry allowing growth within the sector boosted by thegovernment roll out in 2015.

Stadium House is a two storey building located on the renownedMiddlebrook mixed-use development offering the ideal location for athriving business with ambitious growth plans. The building benefits from excellent road and rail links and Trojan’s 10 yearlease at Stadium House secures their commitment to Bolton for theforeseeable future.

Robert Charlesworth, Finance Director at Trojan Utilitiescommented: “Initially Stadium House made our shortlist due to itsexcellent location and size. Upon closer inspection, the buildingbecame our first choice as it fits in perfectly with the image weare aiming to promote for ourselves in the coming year.

He continued: “To date, we have made the transition from agarage to a small unit, then from there a proper industrialwarehouse. The time is now finally right to move to a commercialpremises where we can be happy to show prospective new clients theway in which we operate, in a corporate environment more befittingof our achievements to date.”

Simon Clarke-Williams Director at Orbit Developments commented:”We’re pleased to have been able to offer a forward thinkingbusiness like Trojan Utilities a viable solution. We look forwardto seeing Trojan Utilities grow their business throughout 2015 fromtheir new prominent base”.

Trojan Utilities were one of the shortlisted companies for theSME of the year award at this year’s Bolton and Bury BusinessAwards.

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