We are delighted to announce that after months of preparation, Danvac has finally moved into its new unit on Vanguard Way, Shrewsbury.
Site developers Morris Properties submitted the following Press Release in The Shropshire Star local Newspaper –
Danvac Ltd has bought the last remaining unit of the development at Vanguard Way, Battlefield, which has been developed by Morris Properties.
The materials handling company, which works with the glass, metal, wood and concrete industries, has been based at Morris’s Centurion Park for four years.
Director Dan Wheeler said: “We always planned to buy a property and this location and unit size are ideal. We are looking forward to the move and continuing to grow and invest in new jobs and products.
“We have doubled the number of employees in the last six years and expect to create more jobs in early 2018.”
Danvac produces bespoke vacuum units for specific applications plus off the shelf units. It also provides equipment for hire and offers inspection, testing and servicing.
Read more at https://www.shropshirestar.com/news/business/2017/05/26/manufacturer-plots-move-to-new-home/#TabFlBKcdUM3rpsu.99
Since moving to its new premises Danvac has employed electrical engineer Mr Anthony Titley. Anthony provides further support to our existing engineers both on site and workshop based on our range of Vacuum lifting units. We wish Anthony a successful future with us all here at Danvac.