Kall Kwik expands to Halifax

(From left to right) Danny Jones, Kall Kwik's technical director; Chris Bailey, Kall Kwik's business development manager

Window machinery expert Kall Kwik has expanded its operation by acquiring new premises in Halifax. The move was driven by business growth, additions to the engineering team and a desire to support the next steps for machinery distribution, the business’ representatives say.

The new premises, a 6000ft² space located at the former Polyframe factory, includes a warehouse storage space and yard, alongside offices. The location has allowed Kall Kwik to grow its stock of spare parts, which is set to mean even faster lead times for customers.

As well as expanding space on-site, Kall Kwik has taken on two new team members: Tom Watson and Elliot Collinson. Tom has more than decade of experience and has joined to manage the parts department and order schedule. Elliot is a new apprentice engineer. He joined the company after seeking out the guidance of Kall Kwik’s technical director, Danny Jones.

By recruiting talented young people into the engineering sector, Kall Kwik hopes to bolster the next generation of technicians whilst delivering its core objective of ‘advice, care and engineering’: an ‘ACE’ way to provide great products, expert guidance and brilliant customer service. “Moving premises has been a huge forward step in Kall Kwik’s expansion,” said Chris Bailey, business development manager. “The extra space and improved location enable us to provide our customers with even better service, especially with the number of spares we can now hold in stock.”