A Midland water cooler company plans to add 40 new staff after adding 1,000 clients a month in the last quarter.
Angel Springs has relocated to a new 10,000 sq ft headquarters on a 1.2 acre site in Bushbury, Wolverhampton after it outgrew its old base in Ettingshall, also in the city.
Established in 1989, the business provides bottled and mains fed water coolers to around 35,000 UK customers, including the BBC and Wolverhampton Wanderers FC, and its 200 staff service more than 53,000 water coolers from ten depots.
Over the last three months, it has increased its customer base by around 1000 new clients a month.
Angel Springs’ Wolverhampton operation employs 80 people and hopes to recruit staff in sales, customer service and administration.
Last year, the LDC backed company acquired a 50 per cent stake in the Fillongley Spring Water bottling plant in Warwickshire, which now services Angel Springs’ depots across the East and West Midlands.
Commercial director John Murphy said: “Angel Springs has enjoyed solid growth and progression in recent years and as a result, we were more than ready to relocate to much larger premises.
“Having grown out of our operation in Ettingshall, we were keen to find suitable premises close to our roots in Wolverhampton that were big enough to accommodate our head office requirements and growing team of employees.
“The new site at Bushbury is perfect for our existing needs and also provides us with space for further expansion as and when we need it.”