There are so many things to take into consideration when you decide to grow your business. Additional staff, the need for more space and all the paperwork which goes with it. Being able to have a modular approach to growth, taking one step at a time, is one of the ways Spaciotempo supports clients on their journey.

Many firms, according to Spaciotempo, are finding that flexibility is particularly important in these days of Brexit. These are uncertain times after all yet the picture is not all doom and gloom but nevertheless, the leading specialist of temporary buildings is finding that companies are certainly taking a more cautious approach to growth.

Exhibiting at Multimodal, visitors will be able to discuss temporary building solutions and see how these structures can support a business on its growth journey and understand that there is more to these buildings than just a temporary fix.

Scott Jameson, Managing Director at Spaciotempo explains: “Whilst expansion may be one reason to opt for a temporary structure and provide the necessary breathing space whilst balancing capital expenditure, others may require additional space to manage trading fluctuations throughout the year or need to quickly overcome a disaster such as fire or flooding.

“Everything we do at Spaciotempo is bespoke as we don’t believe one size fits all. We work with customers in a whole host of industries from manufacturing, industrial warehousing and logistics to retail, sports, education and leisure sectors, each having differing needs whether a short term solution or a longer term requirement. Our buildings may not be permanent structures, but they are manufactured to the same robust, quality-driven standards and can either be installed for use for a few weeks or years in many cases.”

Spaciotempo has an impressive portfolio of customers, recently completing projects for The Wilkins Group. The printing firm has seen orders rise by around 20 per cent in recent years and needed additional space for the increase in orders and to ensure operations were managed efficiently. Spaciotempo provided the company with a cost effective solution while the firm considers permanent building expansion plans.

Meanwhile Dennison Trailers, a leading manufacturer of commercial trailers in both the UK and Ireland came to Spaciotempo to create its new Centre of Excellence, a robotics training facility at the company’s Irish base. Dennison Trailers chose a semi-permanent structure to provide an instant building and one which can be moved or extended with minimal disruption.

Scott adds: “Two different companies with two different needs which we were able to help from start to finish with design, planning support, project management, installation and aftercare. The bespoke nature of semi-permanent buildings makes them the perfect solution for businesses looking to utilise space, increase productivity and cut costs. Multimodal will be a great opportunity for Spaciotempo to demonstrate these capabilities and we look forward to welcoming visitors to our stand.”

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