BUSINESS

Rutherglen Reformer - - Business - Kenny Smith

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

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