Continued success at Dura-ID sees investment in office expansion

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Whilst the story of Dura-ID dates back over 84 years, the company continues to invest in the country and company, and in the latest investment, the company has announced a new purpose-built facility on the Enterprise 36 development at Tankersley. This development will keep Dura-ID at the forefront of label manufacturing and help them to provide the latest technology for in-house printing.

Speaking about the growth, Managing Director, Shaun Higgins said, “Our new head office will be at the George Falmouth Innovation Centre in Tankersley with excellent links to the M1.

We are confident that these new premises will allow us to improve efficiencies and continue to offer excellent customer service. The new site will triple business space, allowing us to host events and showcase innovative solutions across key sectors.”

At the core of this investment is the desire to streamline their operations, as well as affording a better working environment for their employees. The new site will allow the company to benefit from extra warehousing space, allowing them to stock more raw materials, as well as giving them vital extra production space, including space for future expansion. 

Thanks to innovative solutions, Dura-ID now has the capability to solve complex identification problems where other providers have failed. Innovation, continuous improvement, and industry expertise has allowed the company to remain at the forefront of high-performance branding or full product traceability. 

As a result of their unique products, technical thinking and impartial advice, which is delivered through a network of Dura-ID staff, distributors and overseas partners the company has become a staple of Backing Britain as it now successfully supplies to over 40+ countries across the globe.