BACA launches new businesses in Hull and Preston

Karl Ingram and Dan Fishwick at BACA

Work wear and safety solutions specialist BACA has launched new businesses in Hull and Preston and will be showcasing essential safety ranges at two major open days being staged in June.  

The independently owned business, which this month celebrates its 30th anniversary, has expanded its operations with newly launched locations in the north of England, a key growth area for the company.  

To mark the official opening of the new northern depots BACA is inviting businesses in the region to attend the exciting events where it will showcase its latest ranges of work wear alongside a unique vending machine that dispenses safety wear rather than sweet snacks! 

The new operational offices will be welcoming businesses to two open day events taking place on June 28 in Hull and June 29 in Preston. Both open days will run from 9am until 3pm and on site will be BACA’s Veltruck, which showcases its Veltuff range of work wear and safety solutions.  

BACA’s managing director Marc Calder said: “We are delighted that BACA continues to expand and opening offices in these two key locations of Hull and Preston is an exciting new development for the business. 

“We are opening our doors to welcome potential customers to come and see what BACA is all about and what we offer. This region is a great area of growth for us and we are thrilled to open new offices in both places. 

“At our two open days we will be displaying our new exclusive Veltuff work wear range which BACA is the UK sole supplier of as well as introducing our fantastic new vending machines, which dispense safety essentials rather than the usual sweet treats and chocolate bars.  

“Any new business contacts visiting us during our open days will also receive a free bottle of wine to help us celebrate the launch of our new offices.”

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