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Yorkshire demand sees turnover top

GRAHAM, from the, facilities management and project investment business, says strong demand across Yorkshire has played a key element role while in the firm’s growth.

The company, which recently opened its Carrwood Park office in Leeds, has reported a turnover increase of 36% to 767.5 million for the 2017/18 financial year.

Further, pre-tax profit stood at 13.One million with every arm of the business remaining profitable.

“Cash at bank also in hand has gone by the 70 million mark with higher operating cash flows meaning, amongst other things, we are able to ensure prompt supplier payment that should stand us in good stead for lots more sustainable growth,” said Executive Chairman, Michael Graham.

“Regionally, demand has consistently increased for that services across Yorkshire, additionally, the opening of our own Leeds office in 2017 was testament to that.

“We’re excited to carry on to grow our reputation in the area, which includes a strong pipeline of infrastructure, construction and development projects coming.”

In with regard to its Leeds office, GRAHAM has bases in Durham, Liverpool and Manchester.

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