Local Member of Parliament, Kate Kniveton MP, has last week (Friday 26th May) cut the ribbon at transport and logistic provider Kammac’s new warehouse on Quintus Park in Branston.
With the company employing over one hundred people in logistics for the Molson Coors Brewery in Burton alone, Kammac is one of the fastest growing companies in the UK having featured on the Times Hundred list for the last two years.
Kammac recently secured a new site for warehousing and invited Ms Kniveton along to officially cut the ribbon and meet the senior leadership team, including Chief Operations Officer, Ged Carabini; Director of Operations, David Bailey; Director of Transport, Chris Jewell and Director of Business Development, Lee Crank.
Also, in attendance at today’s ribbon cutting ceremony were customers and suppliers of Kammac along with representatives from the Burton Chamber of Commerce and the UK Warehousing Association.
Following the official opening on the new warehouse, the local MP and guests took part in a meet and greet with representatives from Kammac with the opportunity to ask questions and gain insights into the company’s operations and expert knowledge.
Commenting, Kate Kniveton MP said:
“It was a privilege to be asked to cut the ribbon on Kammac’s new warehouse and to be able to congratulate the company’s senior team on this local investment. It is hugely encouraging to see companies such as Kammac take the decision to invest locally and expand their business base in Burton.
“It is a huge vote of confidence in Burton as a place to do business and will ensure we continue to attract more jobs and further investment into our local economy. I want to thank the senior leadership of Kammac, Ged, David, Chris and Lee for taking this decision and for inviting us all here today to officially open their new warehouse here in Branston.”