Business boost for Cirencester after global firm moves in
MANUFACTURING business in Cirencester has been given a boost after a global company moved its UK headquarters to the town this month.
Bürket, which specialises in building bespoke fluid control systems, has launched its new central office near the Love Lane Industrial Estate.
The Bridge End site will provide a base for technical training along with the design and manufacturing of systems for water and waste treatment, the food and beverage sectors and the pharmaceutical industry.
Bürket’s UK general manager Paul Trevitt said the company was growing year on year and their move from Stroud to the "more flexible headquarters" in Cirencester reflected the high levels of demand they were experiencing.
Cirencester town mayor Andy Lichnowski attended the launch last week.
He said: "I think that it’s wonderful that we’re getting manufacturing industry relocating to this town.
"We need manufacturing in the economy to move us forward."
The German-based company has pledged to boost local business further by booking out town centre hotels and using local caterers for its international visitors and corporate events.
Find out more at burket.co.uk