A West Midlands logistics and warehouse company has started a major expansion plan after more than doubling its space.
JJX Logistics is adding the finishing touches to Building 40, on the Pensnett Estate in Kingswinford, after agreeing a five-year lease with the site's owner and manager London & Cambridge Properties.
The commercial pallet storage, international courier service and general haulage company is due to move into its new 21,460 sq ft unit this week.
Operations manager Mick Cox said the new site complemented its existing 10,000 sq ft base in Wolverhampton and it had already appointed three new members of staff.
The firm is using the move as a launched for a rapid period of expansion, with plans for a larger vehicle fleet and new drivers to be rolled out during 2016.
"We are growing at a rapid rate of knots and I believe we could even outgrow our new facilities within three years," said Mr Cox.
"We looked at around 15 properties before we settled on Building 40 because of its great location, level of security and the fact that it had already undergone refurbishment so it was ready to move in."
Andrew Preston, industrial portfolio manager at London & Cambridge Properties, said: "We are pleased to welcome JJX Logistics to the estate after its long search for the right premises.
"We are committed to providing a first-class service for our tenants, which is something that businesses want when they take on a lease because they want to focus on their own customers and not worry about anything else."