(Last Updated On: 6th June 2023)

An East Kilbride-based e-commerce company in Glasgow, Dimensions Scotland, partnering with Next, Debenhams Online, Ian Macleod Distillers, and Public Health Scotland, has secured banking support in the midst of a major expansion.

Dimensions Scotland secured £ 522,000 from HSBC UK to purchase a new warehouse after demand for its services increased significantly during the pandemic. Dimensions works with its customers by offering outsourced warehousing and order fulfillment services, as well as a variety of shipping and packaging services.

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It currently rents a property on Glenburn Road in East Kilbride, but it quickly grew out of space during the pandemic due to demand from a growing clientele.

The new 27,000 square feet warehouse on Albion Way in East Kilbride will be used in conjunction with the existing warehouse on Glenburn Road to help the company meet growing demand as sales are expected to increase by more than 50 percent in the next fiscal year alone.

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Workforce growth

As a result, the company’s workforce has more than doubled from 25 to 52, and that number is expected to double again over the next 12 months.

Graeme Harrowell, Director of Dimensions, said: “After a turbulent time during the pandemic, we have managed to lay a solid foundation for the future of the business and the support of HSBC UK has been instrumental in this process.

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“The investment will allow us to significantly increase warehousing and distribution capacity for our customers, which will help us increase sales and profitability. We can’t wait to see where it takes us.

Kevin McKenna, Relationship Manager at HSBC UK, added: “It’s great to see a business emerging from the pandemic stronger than ever. With the number of new customers increasing so rapidly, Dimensions has been working hard to take advantage of opportunities in difficult circumstances and achieved great success.”