The Marchington-based firm supplies, collects, washes, repairs and manages various types of returnable packaging such as plastic pallets, crates and containers.
The boost in turnover came after the company secured major new contracts to work with two of the largest food companies in the UK.
Managing director Joanne Moss said over the past 12 months the firm had invested in pallets, crates and new washing equipment.
“The main industry that we deal with is the food industry, which is very fast-moving, so we always need to be prepared and ready to respond.”
“We have grown at such a rate that we are expanding within just two years.”
Next year, the company – which boasts a workforce of around 100 staff and operates all year round, is looking to further build on its success.
It is planning a £400,000 investment in new equipment and implementing staff development schemes.
Lucy Allsebrook, business development manager, said: “We’ve outgrown our offices already and we are looking to move into new, bigger offices on the estate in January.
This will allow us to take on new staff and grow even more.”
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