As part of planned expansion, and to help home head office growth, BA Bush & Son Ltd have recently moved into new head offices in Horncastle.
The new offices provide not only more space but also a large meeting & conference room and more opportunity for the team to work together across sales, marketing, and finance once Covid regulations permit.
The move comes as the company aim to strengthen their head office team with new members joining across the sales, strategy, marketing and purchasing departments.
All these new additions come as a result of their previous and rapid growth and intentions for the future of the company as they drive towards a global sales goal far in excess of where they stand now.
BA Bush & Son Ltd also have newly built offices at their new, and additional 70,000 square foot warehouse for the Agri OE2 and trade team. They have also enhanced their team with the addition of a new OE2 Coordinator to help the increase in OE2 business for 2021 having won three major new contracts.
Last year, BA Bush & Son also opened two new Bush Tyres branches, a brand-new branch in Norwich on the Hellesdon Park Industrial Estate, offering a wide range of services including tyres, brakes, ADAS calibration and MOT testing (class 4-7), and a branch in Immingham which was set up to enhance their service offering to the area by bridging the gap between the Grimsby and Scunthorpe centres.
After starting life as a cycle shop in New Bolingbroke more than 70 years ago, family-owned business, Bush Tyres, has come a long way to become what it is today offering a range of automotive services including car, van and agricultural tyres, wheels, batteries, brakes, exhausts, alignments and much more.
Ben Bush, Director at Bush Tyres said: “We are very excited to be welcoming new members to our growing team and feel very fortunate to be able to expand during the current pandemic. With 23 sites across Lincolnshire, Yorkshire and Norfolk, we are very proud to be a growing East of England company and hope to see more opportunities for other areas in 2021.”