As there is an increasing demands for critical cleaning, coating and lubrication products, MicroCare Europe has expanded facilities in Belgium to provide the additional capacity required for its business growth. The new 350s.m. (3,500sq. ft.) facility is close to Brussels which means it is suitably located to better serve the growing base of customers in industries such as electronics, precision cleaning and fiber optics.
The increased logistical space will be dedicated specifically to meet the increased demand for the European marketplace.
Scott Wells, MicroCare General Manager – Europe said: “We are all very excited about the opening of the new warehouse in Belgium. This expansion reflects our growth and our position as the market leader in cost-effective and environmentally-progressive critical cleaning products.”
The warehouse expansion will aid MicroCare in serving European customers from one large, efficient and centralised unit. With the new warehouse on-line, the growth and distribution of MicroCare products to customers throughout Europe can be supported more efficiently and with shorter lead-times. The new facility also offers exceptional security features and separated handling of in-bound and out-bound goods, delivering efficiencies.
“We simply had outgrown our previous building, making us less efficient and minimising our goal of delivering great customer service,” added Wells. “The new premises give us both increased efficiency and give us the flexibility to expand further even more. Customers will notice the difference.”
As companies understand the benefits and complexities of critical cleaning, such as the need for ‘greener’ products, MicroCare Europe has seen rapid growth in the customer base across Europe and around the world.
This new facility is just one example of the numerous changes MicroCare Corp is making globally to ensure the company remains at the forefront of the technology and ahead of customer requirements.
But the growth at MicroCare is global. MicroCare Asia, the subsidiary serving China and the Pacific rim, has just completed expansion of the distribution centre in Singapore. This growth was driven by enhanced customer demand in South East Asia as well as the Middle East.