Luvata moves its headquarters to new UK location
(16 March 2011). Luvata Group has moved its headquarters to new, larger premises in London. The new building, completely occupied by Luvata, is more than twice the size of its predecessor and offers increased conference facilities as well as capacity for more staff.
The building overlooks the River Thames near to Kew Gardens and will seat the Chief Executive John-Peter Leesi, the Chief Financial Officer Jyrki Vesaluoma and the Senior Vice-Presidents.
“We felt it was important to maintain our open, interactive mentality with the new building.” Said Justin Roux, Senior Vice-President. “We’ve added 5 conference rooms as well as the boardroom, but the executive team will continue to operate in an open-plan environment. Visitors are often surprised that there are no separate offices at our headquarters - the working spaces are huge, light and open.”
Luvata was formed in 2005 with the acquisition of Outokumpu Copper Products. Since then, the group has been through a strategic and cultural transformation and now serves one of the widest ranges of markets, geographies and technologies of any fabricator/manufacturer.
“Creating lasting partnerships has always been our strategy. This environment for meeting and doing business with our customers, suppliers and visiting staff is a reflection of our ambition for the future.”
The phone and fax numbers of Luvata’s head office remain the same.
The address of the new premises is:
The Gatekeeper’s House
1-18 The Old Pumping Station
TW8 0AP UK