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Ashley Ann business has grown substantially over the last 30 years and shows no signs of slowing down even in the pandemic. Manufacturing goes on with the housing market being very buoyant and demand for kitchens bathrooms and bedrooms part of it.
A Caithness company is planning to invest more than £2m in its Wick plant, in a move that could see up to 40 new jobs created in the town over the next five years. Family-run Ashley Ann Ltd (AAL) designs and manufactures kitchens, bedrooms and bathrooms.
The biggest private sector employer in Wick in Caithness is to strengthen its presence in the area and create more jobs. Family run Ashley Ann Limited (AAL), which designs and manufactures kitchens, bedrooms and bathrooms, has secured a funding package of up to £190,000 from Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE).
Highlands and Islands (Scottish Labour) MSP, David Stewart has congratulated Caithness kitchen manufacturer Ashley Ann following its announced expansion plans over the next two years, lodging a motion in the Scottish Parliament. The Caithness based firm, which has its manufacturing site in Wick, which alone employees over 100 people, has announced major plans to expand the site over the next two years with over £1million being invested in the factory.
William Wilson Thurso Branch are holding a Home Style Exhibition at the Weigh Inn Hotel Thurso on Thursday the 21st May 2015. The free to enter all day event, which runs from 0930 to 1930, will feature some of the UK's leading home construction manufacturers including: Ideal Standard, Roman, Aqualisa, Ariston Boilers, Worcester Bosch, Danfoss, Roca, Heritage and Kohler.
J B Tiles & Mobility Solutions are proud to announce the opening of their new tile and bathroom showroom at 58 Henrietta Street in Wick. John Budge said, We aim to supply and fit affordable quality tiles bathrooms and showers with assurance in a quality service from start to finish with over 15 years experience in bathroom design and fitting.
Britain is a nation of hoarders. The average person accumulates more than a TON of unwanted stuff - crammed in attics, wardrobes and under beds, according to new research.