South Yorkshire-based Bluetree Design and Print will move to Brookfields Park, Manvers Way, Rotherham after securing funding from the Sheffield City Region Regional Growth Fund Programme and Barclays.
Adam Carnell, managing director at Bluetree Design and Print, said: “Bluetree Design and Print were successful in applying for a grant from the Sheffield City Region Regional Growth Fund Programme which is administered on behalf of the City Region by Sheffield City Council, which along with the new funding from Barclays has assisted with the acquisition of the new site.
“This will provide the space for us to relocate all our business into one building.
“The increased space will help us fulfil our long term goals of increasing market share in the UK and by giving us the ability to continue the strong growth we are currently achieving.”
Bluetree Design and Print now employs over 150 staff locally but is anticipating this will increase over the coming months with an increase in output.
The company has doubled their turnover in the previous two years and with this expansion they are hoping to replicate the same growth over the next three years.
The new 86,900 sq ft site will allow the business to increase production capacity and offer a wider range of products and services.
Bluetree Design and Print was established in 1989 and previously operated from Bessemer Way, Rotherham. The business evolved from a traditional screen printer to a predominantly digital offering.