The new space allows UK company ICE to build on its 9,000 machines, store and ship more orders to new markets
Chris Simpson (foreground right) and Chris Gent (front left), Founding Directors of ICE, at the new warehouse
UK coding and marking solutions company Interactive Coding Equipment (ICE) is investing in a new state-of-the-art warehouse.
The additional space provided by the 11,000 sqft split-level warehouse will enable ICE to build, store and ship more orders and allow the business to expand its range of coding solutions into new markets.
The Nottingham-based company has installed more than 9,000 machines for around a thousand customers since it was founded in 2001. In the past two years, ICE's workforce has increased by 60%, from 45 to 72.
The business explores a range of technologies, including thermal transfer, thermal inkjet, large character marking, and print and apply labelling for the pharma and food industries, among others.
“We are confident that our new warehouse will allow us to take our continuing expansion to the next level,” said Chris Simpson, Founding Director.
“It is just one example of the progressive changes we are making within the business to ensure we remain at the forefront of the coding market.”