Firm’s job boost
Firm increase workforce after making move
been fantastic in helping us find new workers.”
The firm are also delighted with the positioning of the business, as they’re just a minute away from the M74.
Anne added: “The M74 is just perfect for us - it’s an ideal location.
“It’s also perfect for Bill and Brian as they have been Cambuslang men all their lives, and they wanted to keep their business in the local area and help with local unemployment.
“We have distributors in Scotland, England, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, and they are just growing and growing.
“We’ve already supplied to Australia, and we’re looking at getting into other international markets.”
Ceiling2floor has also opened eightshowrooms throughout Scotland, and intend to continue with their expansion.
The firm was aided in its move by Scottish Enterprise, who were able to use their expertise to give business support.
Head of South Lanarkshire Council’s regeneration services, Jim McCaffer, said: “We were delighted to be able to help this company relocate and expand their business. The council’s main involvement was to assist the company in the grant award process.
“This was an excellent example of the public sector being able to help a local, private business which will in turn bring employment opportunities in sales, marketing and logistics.”
Jim Clark of Clyde Gateway added: “This is a fantastically innovative company and we’re delighted to see them doing so well in the Rutherglen area, and we were more than happy assist them in their plans and aspirations in their new base.”
Business boost (From left) Bill Crombie, Anne McMail and Brian Crombie in their new premises