A West Midlands small business has hit the West End with two new contracts.
Lift manufacturer Husbands has been awarded contracts to install passenger and food service lifts in London's Regent Street.
The 16-man firm, based in Halesowen, will be fitting a passenger lift at top fashion retailer Ted Baker and two food service lifts at neighbouring Cocoon restaurant.
This is the third contract with Ted Baker for Husbands and follows passenger lifts being fitted into its stores in Covent Garden and the Shambles in Manchester.
At Cocoons, Husbands fitted two 50 kilo capacity lifts connecting the kitchen to the first floor eating area. The food service lifts were made at Husbands' factory and the company will also be servicing the lifts as part of the contract.
Keith Holmes, owner and managing director, said it was a real coup for the company. "We are delighted to be selected by these well known companies to provide passenger and food service lifts. Retail and restaurants are real growth areas for us and we have taken on a lot of new business in these sectors," he said.