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2 November 2015

A-Gas International relocates to new offices

A-Gas International has moved to new offices in the Bristol area.

The company was based in Portbury, where A-Gas UK will continue to operate. However, A-Gas International is now located at 7 and 8 Gordano Court, Serbert Close, Portishead.

As part of the move, A-Gas International has closed its offices at Clifton in Bristol. The new offices in Portishead are ideally situated for A-Gas employees, partners and customers travelling to the UK from across the globe – with hotels and key commercial infrastructure nearby.

Group corporate director Sally Fairman said: “The addition of the new offices is part of a major strategic investment by A-Gas to facilitate the company’s expansion in the growing markets of the UK, Europe, Asia and the Americas. A-Gas International directors along with business systems, marketing and finance support have relocated to the new offices.

“The move will mean that A-Gas International is now based on one site in the Bristol area. It will give us greater room to host meetings with staff and guests. We will also be able to offer new facilities for training.”

 

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