Quattro Display Ltd has purchased 12,383 sq ft at 59 Padgets Lane for a significant six-figure sum and has committed to a five-year lease on 5,418 sq ft at 9 Padgets Lane.
The premises at 59 Padgets Lane will be the main manufacturing base comprising machining, cutting, fabricating and decoration and 9 Padgets Lane will be used for storage.
Ashley Blizzard, managing director, who runs the company with his father David, said 18 staff would transfer across.
He said: “We were beginning to outgrow Honiley – it is a bit off the beaten track and we were having recruitment difficulties as a result of transport issues.
“Both my father and I live in Studley so Redditch is very close. Where we are moving to has better designed facilities for what we need.”
Founded in 1994, Mr Blizzard took control of the company in 2007 as a result of a management buyout. Turnover averages between £1.5m and £2m.
Ben Truslove, a director of John Truslove, who assisted the company during their move, said: “Quattro Display is an extremely impressive outfit.
“It is fantastic news for Redditch that it is able to attract a company operating across the world in such a high profile niche.”
Quattro Display specialises in stand design, interiors and shop displays, outdoor exhibition stands, printing and exhibition graphics.
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