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Quadrant2Design expands its business premises

Quadrant2Design has expanded its premises with the addition of another building

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The company recently took delivery of a JETRIX XGR320 UV printer

Exhibition stand design and build contractor, Quadrant2Design, has expanded its premises with the addition of a new building.

Based in Poole, the premises are at the Fulcrum Industrial Estate on Vantage Way and the expansion is said to mark a significant milestone in the company’s 23-year history.

Having operated in the current building since 2014, Quadrant2Design has gradually increased its floorspace by expanding mezzanine floors and installing racking to accommodate new equipment.

Last year, described as a UK first, the company took delivery of a JETRIX XGR320 UV printer for the production of Photo Floors.

Now with the addition of the new building, Quadrant2Design has created a dedicated logistics hub which will enable it to receive and inspect exhibition stand hardware and customer graphics after being at exhibitions.

This is in line with the company’s commitment to delivering high-quality, modular, and reusable exhibition stands.

Andrew Carney, company director of Quadrant2Design, says: “This natural expansion reminds us of the company’s physical growth, a tangible representation of our successful business model. Obviously, it makes me feel very happy we’ve grown whilst remaining extremely profitable as a company.

“We take pride in the execution of our stands, and as our client base has grown exponentially, it was essential not to let the lack of space influence the quality of our products. Now we have an organised, calm, and efficient workspace to continue operating to the standards our clients are used to.”

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