Subec Wiping Solutions move to larger premises with NatWest support

Subec Wiping Solutions move to larger premises with NatWest support

An expanding Leicestershire supplier and distributor of paper disposable and hygiene products has moved to larger premises in Hinckley and opened a new trade counter, thanks to further support from their banking partners NatWest.

Subec Wiping Solutions Ltd is owned by businesswoman Susan Knight. The business is a wholesaler of cleaning materials, products and equipment into the UK market. With a multi-million pound turnover the business has grown at a strong pace recently and has moved to their new unit at Tungsten Park to accommodate the increased demand for their products. The move also provides additional space for the company to grow into over the coming years.

As part of the move, the larger facilities allow the business to introduce a new trade counter. To accommodate this, NatWest has introduced to the company a new card payment processing system.

Speaking about the move and the prospects for the business, Susan Knight, managing director of Subec Wiping Solutions said: "We are continuingly looking at ways to grow the business. The fact was we simply did not have the space to expand in our last unit, so we have made the decision to move and provide ourselves with a facility that serves the purposes we need for now, but importantly also gives us additional room to expand. The introduction of the trade counter is in direct response to customer feedback. We deliver the products through multi-channels of distribution, including our website but introducing the trade counter allows us to build further on our business model. I want to extend thanks to NatWest for their ongoing support and the introduction of the new card payment processing system which will help with both our cost and revenue management processes."

Nicola Miles, senior relationship manager, commercial banking at NatWest added: "Sue has grown the business through a strong operating model. With the additional space they now have, this new trading unit puts the company in a great position from which to push forward and grow further."



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