Family-run spring manufacturer, Mancunian Spring Company, has relocated from Manchester to new premises on Kenwood Road, North Reddish.
The 75 year old business has moved from Cornbrook due to the ongoing regeneration of the area which had made it less suitable for industrial uses. The firm manufactures parabolic and leaf springs for commercial and transport companies, as well as coil springs for agricultural uses and for classic cars.
The spring manufacturer’s relocation was handled by North West law firm, Butcher & Barlow LLP, which also has a Stockport presence, with an office in Bramhall.
Jane Pesticcio, partner at Mancunian Spring Company, said:
The negotiations leading up to the sale of our Cornbrook site and the successful acquisition of our new premises in Stockport were long-running, complex and challenging. Our legal team at Butcher & Barlow were fantastic and expertly handled the whole process in a seamless manner, getting the deal done on time and on budget.”
Daniel Woodcock, partner at Butcher & Barlow’s commercial property department, said:
The transaction has secured the future for this long-established and well-known local family business. It is gratifying that, notwithstanding the current pandemic, North West businesses are still successfully completing deals and taking on new premises.
“Butcher & Barlow remain very much open for business and are keen to help both new and existing clients to achieve their commercial objectives in these challenging times.”