Mitsubishi Pencil Company relocating

Mitsubishi Pencil Company, owner of the uni-ball brand has announced that its UK and European Headquarters will be relocating from its current base in Worcester to a new facility in Milton Keynes.

The manufacturer says that the decision to relocate is taking place to ensure greater integration of the UK based operation with that of its wider European operations.  The target is to increase company’s European sales turnover by 40% over the coming years.

The new site will sit in a region of the UK which Mitsubishi asserts has strong expertise, skills and competency in logistics; and will contribute towards it providing a high standard of service to customers.

The relocation is expected to be completed by the fourth quarter of 2012. The company will now enter a staff consultation phase with employees based at the Worcester facilities. 

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Written on 13th March 2012

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