A South Yorkshire firm that sells a range of products for industrial heating, cooling and ventilation systems around the world is targeting growth with the help of a £600,000 loan from The Co-operative Bank.
Fabricated Products was set up in 2001 by husband and wife team Gary and Debra Brown.
Since then it has grown to employ 14 staff and now supplies products to companies in the water treatment, heating and ventilation industry throughout the UK, Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Australia.
Backing from the Co-operative - Fabricated Products’ bankers since the company was launched – has enabled it to move from The Ickles, in Rotherham and buy some new, larger premises on Fullerton Road.
Fabricated Products’ managing director, Gary Brown, said the move would not have been possible without the support of The Co-operative Bank.
“Our business has come on in leaps and bounds over the past few years,” said Mr Brown.
“Our new base at Fullerton Road will provide us with the space necessary to continue to grow the business in the future.”
David Lee, business development manager at the bank’s South Yorkshire corporate banking centre, said: “Fabricated Products is a thriving business, providing unique high quality products and services to a growing customer base worldwide and we look forward to helping Gary, Debra and the team to achieve their business goals.”