A Cambuslang business has boosted its workforce after moving premises to Rutherglen.
Ceiling2Floor, and its associated business Wetrooms, were previously based in the Somervell industrial estate in Cambuslang, but earlier this year bought over the old derelict eyesore Nambarrie Tea distribution building.
Since then, managing directors Brian and Bill Crombie have spent over £1 million developing the new office, showroom and warehouse, with the firm recently moving into their new home.
Brian and Bill Crombie have over 20 years of experience in the manufacture and supply of panelling, then in May 2008 they sold their traditional timber core shower paneling business. They had been working to develop a new PVC core 100 per cent waterproof tongue and grooved shower panel with many benefits over traditional panels, and it’s been a non-stop growth ever since then.
They have worked with Scottish Enterprise, Clyde Gateway and South Lanarkshire Council Rengeneration Services in their move to Cambuslang Road.
Senior operations manager Anne McMail said: “Work started in February, and the building was falling apart - there were trees growing out of the floor, and the building was in very poor condition as it had lain empty for almost nine years.
“We had gone as far as we could in our old offices - we needed these new premises to expand.
“We’ve moved out of Somervell Street where we had been for 10 years, and it’s definitely been the right move for us.
“We have employed eight new members of the workforce in the last month, and we are still recruiting. We now employ a total of 37 employees plus two directors.
“We’ve been promoting people from within, and we’ve also been working with Routes To Work South, who have