Trojan, the Swansea-based company that provides multichannel etail sales and fulfilment, electronic manufacturing and asset recovery through refurbishment and recoup, has expanded its premises by a further 30,000 sq ft, as it continues to increase its activities.
The award-winning company consolidated its operations last year at a new, purpose-built 150,000 sq ft development at Kings Dock, Crymlyn Burrows in Swansea. The move was part funded by Finance Wales and the Welsh Government.
This additional space, which takes the site to 180,000 sq ft, reflects the continuing growth of the business both in terms of its client base and the number of staff it employs. It gives the company the capacity for further rapid expansion in the near future.
David O’Keeffe, operations director of Trojan, said:
“The move into our new premises was a significant step for us, but we have continued to grow quickly since then. Taking this additional space ensures we have the capacity to continue to expand for many years to come.”
Established in 2002, Trojan has three divisions. Its repair and refurbishment unit works with many of the biggest retailers in the UK to handle consumer electronic goods that are returned. On that back of this, it runs a multichannel ecommerce solutions unit that resells many of these goods on behalf of its customers. Finally, a contract electronic manufacturing unit works with a wide range of companies wishing to sub-contract elements of their manufacturing process, especially high complex, bespoke work.