The Forshaw Group has invested in a new 1000 square metre unit to expand its existing restoration and content storage offering in Knowsley. The new premises will support The Forshaw Group’s current and potential clients who need to store overflow items from the home, or stock and product from commercial premises.
This is part of The Forshaw Group’s contents removal and storage service, where items are kept for safe-keeping in its secure storage warehouse facility, while we manage the property or business restoration process, due to flood, fire, or electrical damage.
Next to our existing premises in Knowsley, The Forshaw Group’s new storage facility will also create 10 more local jobs and training for the Knowsley community over the next 12 months. The Forshaw Group will also be working alongside Knowsley Council’s Knowsley Works team, to ensure residents of Knowsley hear about these new exciting job roles.
Liam Hanlon, managing director at The Forshaw Group, stated: “We are delighted to be able to expand our service offering for our clients. Any damage suffered to a home or business can be extremely devastating for the home or business owner. We want to do everything in our power to relieve the pressures our clients are facing by securing their property and goods against further damage.
“We are always looking for ways in which we can make the restoration and recovery process smoother, swifter and as effective as possible, and our additional storage space will help us continue to achieve this.”
Lesley Martin-Wright, Chief Executive of the Knowsley Chamber of Commerce, commented: “We have been working with The Forshaw Group for a number of years, the company is one of our flagship names, thanks to its commitment to customer satisfaction and passion for the local area.
“We are delighted The Forshaw Group has chosen Knowsley for its latest expansion, particularly with the backdrop of the current, difficult, economic climate. The investment and job opportunities are very much welcome and highlight the confidence the company has in Knowsley.”