Fisher & Paykel has announced that it has completed its head office and warehouse relocation to Northamptonshire. The company says that the long-planned project, which saw the company move from Milton Keynes, will enable it to deliver products more safely, frequently and efficiently from a much larger facility located near the M1. Measuring over 59,000 ft sq in size, the new property has four dock level doors, doubling its fulfilment ability. A new cohesive warehouse and office layout will be joined in order to maintain strong communication between warehouse and office employees.
The move also sees the brand fulfil its ambition to become more sustainable. The new headquarters is said to include the latest energy-saving and sustainable technologies including solar panels, PHEV and EV charging, water recovery, LED lighting and has an energy rating of A 22. The building is also positioned adjacently to a lake and new planted woodland.
David Woollcott, MD for Fisher & Paykel, said: “Our long-awaited move to Northamptonshire will ensure disruption to deliveries will be minimised and also support our sustainable mindset. I would like to thank our partners, CBRE, Aviva, Goodrich Consulting LLP, and the Fisher & Paykel team in the UK and New Zealand for making this project come to life.”