Storage distributor Hammer has expanded its warehouse and production facilities, claiming the move will improve partner lead times.
The Basingstoke-based firm has increased the size of its warehousing space and built a new on-site product integration and testing facility.
The distributor said the changes made will allow it to take on more staff, hold more stock and reduce product lead times.
Jason Beeson, solutions director at Hammer, said: "Shorter lead times and improved resources will ensure that customers reap the benefits of our new integration facility.
"It will [also] enable customers to maximise early profits and build ongoing lucrative business for the longer term, and aid customers in developing bespoke, innovative solutions for vertical markets."
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