The official opening of a new Caburn HQ in Appley Bridge.

The official opening of a new Caburn HQ in Appley Bridge.

Due to increased business growth, Caburn Telecom and Caburn Solutions proudly announce that their operations have moved to a larger, bespoke and newly renovated facility located at Broadsword House, 2 Stonecrop, North Quarry Business Park in Appley Bridge, West Lancashire.

Caburn Telecom provide mobile-connectivity solutions for IoT (internet of things) in over 200 countries and secured connectivity with over 600 networks. Delivering solutions for clients across a wide range of industries; including, fleet management, security, logistics and ePOS terminals. 

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Paul Bandell, co-founder and CEO said… “We are excited and very proud to be moving into our new HQ Offices while also remaining within West Lancashire. This reflects the sustained global growth and success of Caburn Telecom and is testimony to all of the hard work and dedication of the entire Caburn team.”

Caburn Solutions is a leading provider of Mission Critical Connectivity and IoT Solutions for the lone-worker, smart building, health and telecare sectors. Managing Director, Dr David Fell agreed; “We are delighted to be moving into this newly designed and configured facility, which allows us to expand our operations in line with our recent growth and allows us to support our ongoing projects and development plans”

These new operational facilities were formally opened on the 26th May 2021 by the local MP, the Right Honourable Rosie Cooper. Rosie was keen to support this landmark event which sees successful and growing global technology companies investing in the Appley Bridge business area. 

Caburn also used the event to promote and fundraise for their official charity partner; Support Dogs UK – https://www.supportdogs.org.uk/. A registered national charity dedicated to increasing independence and quality of life for people with various medical conditions. Providing, crucial training and support for specialist assistance dogs to achieve this.

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