Pladis has announced that after 21 years, it is relocating its global head office from Hayes, Middlesex, to Chiswick, London.
The owner of brands such as McVitie’s and Carr’s says that its new head office in Chiswick Park will support 16,000 employees and 25 bakeries worldwide. The move will take place in the summer of 2021.
Spread out over approximately 28,000 square feet, the new office will also serve as home to Pladis’s UK&I regional office, led by David Murray.
“We have been looking for an office space which better reflects our needs and our ambition to be a defining snacking company of the 21st century,” said Pladis CEO, Salman Amin.
“The new office will be much more than just a place for us to work, it will be a space where we can truly showcase our exceptional portfolio and grow and inspire our ambitious team.
“Chiswick Park is in a great location that will be appealing for current and future talent, and we are looking forward to welcoming our Pladis colleagues and partners to our new home.”
Pladis will join a number of other brands already situated in Chiswick Park, including Danone and Pernod Ricard.
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