AN expanding company has praised Warrington as being a ‘great location for business’ after relocating to the area.

E. Tupling, a leading distributor to independent builder and plumbers’ merchants, has moved its warehouse and offices from Irlam to Winwick Quay.

A key factor in the decision-making progress was Warrington’s motorway links, allowing the business to maintain its crucial customer service skills.

And the company is celebrating its move to the town by becoming the newest business patron to support the Warrington Wolves Charitable Foundation.

Tim Whitehead, managing director at E. Tupling, said: “Warrington is a great location for our future business strategy.

“Being central to key motorway links and our north west merchant customers is a crucial enabler to provide the unrivalled and seamless customer service that we are proud of.

“The new bigger site enhances our ability to stock more products in terms of choice, volume, and variety.”

The company distributes quality branded building plastics, supplies underfloor heating designs and offers consultancy to plumbing and building merchants throughout the north, midlands and north Wales.

Commercial director Ross Duncanson says that he is thrilled to be creating jobs for Warrington.

He added: “Our entire business ethos and company values are centred around our customers, and the local community is at the heart of everything we do.

“The Wolves Foundation is the heartbeat of its community, therefore we are excited to be supporting such a great local charity.”