Adapt has moved into new premises and announced plans to expand its team, the services it offers and the amount of stock it holds.

The company, which was founded in 2018 as the result of a merger between Amari Digital Supplies and Graphic Printing Technologies, decided at the start of this year that it had outgrown its Nottingham base and found a new site about 10 miles north of the city centre.

The outbreak of the pandemic meant the move itself was pushed back, but it was finally completed over two weekends in October.

‘The new building is perfect for us in terms of size and ambition,’ said Dominic Bowen, general manager at Adapt. ‘We are growing our sales team and expanding the dedicated e-commerce team working on our new webshop, going live in November.

‘While our old premises had no training facilities, our new home has space designed specifically for training in vehicle wrapping, architectural and signage applications, which will be delivered by our media suppliers and in-house application specialists.’

Like many businesses Adapt says that it continues to feel the effects of the pandemic, but these new facilities are part of a long term growth plan for the business.

‘We are investing for the long term and looking beyond the pandemic, to provide the best customer experience, service and product range in the industry,’ Mr Bowen continued. ‘We have seen significant growth in vehicle graphics and the architectural market is also becoming a new driver for our growth. We had already planned to offer training in these areas so we’re looking forward to using our new dedicated Covid-secure training centre in the near future.’