Aston Manor Cider has moved into a new office space and warehouse and logistics hub in Witton.
The suite of offices, three miles from Aston Manor’s production site in Aston, have been designed by Workbox UK.
Housing the management and support functions of Aston Manor, the office design includes white walls and green soft furnishings to reflect apple orchards.
The multi-million pound investment has also enabled the business to develop a dedicated warehouse and logistics facility.
The facility is the first of its kind for the Midlands-based business, which said it would boost efficiency in terms of transport and warehousing, as well as deliver a lower carbon footprint.
Gordon Johncox, managing director of Aston Manor Cider, said: “The logistics hub in particular increases the capacity and capability of that part of our operations as well as improving our environmental performance.
“The offices are bright, comfortable, modern – a flexible space which will ultimately boost staff morale and productivity. We have a replica apple tree in reception that looks incredibly realistic and is a great conversation starter with any visitors.”
Mr Johncox added: “This investment represents the continuation of our intent to build the capability and capacity to support the future growth of the business.”
Aston Manor, which won four medals, including one gold, at the International Cider Challenge 2015, has more than 300 acres of orchards in Malvern.