Sowerby Bridge-based Pulman Steel has invested more than £100,000 in its delivery fleet and service facility.
The company, which was started more than 180 years ago, now boasts 12 wagons which ensure businesses in Yorkshire and throughout the North get their requirements daily.
David Shoesmith, managing director of Abram Pulman, said:
“British factory output has risen by 1.9% in June as declared by Office of National Statistics, so we are delighted to be doing our bit to help the economy with this investment.”
The family-run company has also invested in a side tracker vehicle and extensive racking for the warehouse, and continues to update is equipment for ease and efficiency to benefit is many customers.
Pulman Steel supplies engineering companies, fabricators, local authorities and the building industry in the North, and employs 65 full time staff.
It has also recently completely revamped its website and is using social media to spread the word about its enviable customer service and extensive stock of diverse steels requested by manufacturing and industry.