Citron Hygiene finds new headquarters
International hygiene company Citron is eyeing further growth after securing new headquarters.
Citron Hygiene has signed a five-year lease to make Ceva House in Ashby its new base.
The company has taken more than 3,000 sq ft of space on the ground floor of the grade A office development.
The company, which provides bespoke managed washroom and hygiene services, has its international headquarters in Canada, and supplies and services more than 30,000 commercial premises across the UK.
Chief executive Robert Guice said: “In line with our rapid growth strategy and continued expansion, the move to a new headquarters seemed only a natural progression for the business.
“Our new home supports Citron’s ongoing recruitment drive with state-of-the-art facilities available for our staff and customers to reap the benefits as we continue to cement our position as a market leader in the washroom hygiene space.”
Coventry-based Bromwich Hardy’s Michelle Mills negotiated the deal 12 months after helping the company find six sites across the UK covering more than 35,000 sq ft to help it meet its strategic growth plans.
Mills added: “The offices are superbly equipped and well located and are ideal for Citron as the company continues to grow across the UK.”