Waterloo Air Products Plc has said it expects to double its growth in 2014 following the doubling of orders in the last 12 months and turnover increasing by 12 per cent last year.
Rick Edmondson, Waterloo’s chairman, said: “We are optimistic that we can continue to exceed our goals for growth and profitability, but also for customer service and innovation.”
“Thanks to the work of our employees and the support of our customers and many partners, we expect 2014 to be another good year for Waterloo.”
Waterloo completed a number of high profile projects in the last 12 months including Marks and Spencer’s Pantheon store in Oxford Street and also the highly acclaimed Library of Birmingham and Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU).
The increase in projects has also seen Waterloo take on seven new staff to help with additional projects and it has now recruited additional sales agents including Addy Associates and Key Development Sales Limited to cover the north of the country.