CES CONTINUES EXPANSION WITH NEW BRANCH

The Widnes site will be the company's 18th branch
The Widnes site will be the company's 18th branch

CES is continuing to expand with the opening of a new branch in Widnes.

The new 12,000 sq ft site will service both the local Widnes area and beyond. CES says the decision to expand into Widnes follows years of successful trading in the area.

Opening at the beginning of October, the new branch will create 25 jobs within the local area. These jobs will fill a variety of functions in sales, warehousing, driving and administrative duties.

CES currently employs 500 people across the North West, Midlands and North Wales. The new site in Widnes will be the company’s 18th branch.

The company’s managing director Steve McCann said: “Over many years our existing Liverpool branch has built a strong reputation for customer service, product quality and reliable delivery. So it made perfect sense to expand our reach in the region.”

“It’s the CES way for our branches to have plenty of stock on-site, ready for delivery. We’ll be following the same successful model again. It means customers in the area can expect to receive the parts they need quickly.”

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