Capital Document Solutions invests £400,000 to expand Edinburgh HQ


22nd December 2015

Capital Document Solutions, Scotland’s leading independent office solutions business, has invested more than £400,000 to increase the size of its headquarters to cope with continuing growth in demand for its services.

Work to add 5,500sq ft of space to its Edinburgh base will begin in the New Year and will take the total size of its McDonald Road premises to 42,000 sq ft.

The expansion will create additional space for growing staff numbers, expand warehouse facilities and house a new training centre.

The company, which employs more than 220 people, also has offices in Glasgow, Dundee, Aberdeen, Inverness and Shetland.

The business recently secured contracts with a number of large public and private sector organisations including universities, colleges, schools and global oil and gas companies.

Capital plans to recruit an additional 10 staff at its Edinburgh site in the coming months bringing the total number of staff in the city to 137.

Tom Flockhart, managing director of Capital Document Solutions, said: “We have experienced significant growth in recent years and a result of this is an increase in demand on our Edinburgh staff and facilities. This significant investment will allow us to continue to meet the expanding demands of our clients.

“Our new, enhanced facility in the city will greatly improve our capability to roll out solutions for clients at in a timely and cost-effective manner.”

Scotland’s largest independent supplier of office equipment and document solutions, Capital provides printers, copiers, scanners and software with comprehensive national maintenance and training support.

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