Glass packaging supplier Croxsons has moved to its new modern premise in Sutton, London, UK.

**This is an abridged version of an article which will appear in full in a forthcoming issue.**

Family-owned supplier Croxsons moved into new offices earlier this month, occupying Sutton’s old post office building.

Its future-ready, purpose-built workspace has been designed and project led by interior design consultancy, Blue Jelly.

The move is the culmination of a five-year plan, with the workspace providing a collaborative environment for the Croxsons’ team.

Tim Croxson, Croxsons CEO (see below), said: “It was part of a longer-term strategy for our premises to better reflect the business we are developing into and to house our high performance team in a suitable, collaborative, modern workspace.

“Our old site in Morden was our home for 37 years, and whilst it formed the bedrock of our growth into the business we are, it didn’t reflect the environment and working style that we are now.”

As well as the modernised offices, the site contains a bar area where clients can see their products “in action” (see above).

Mr Croxson continued: “The premises is actually beyond our current needs. We have been intentional in designing and building an office which is future ready, ready for our continued growth and expansion.

"Even though we have added four members of staff since we commissioned the build, we still have room for growth. Importantly, we also now have the space to host our global team which is exciting.”

An official opening of the new offices is planned for the summer months.

**The full interview with Mr Croxson will be available in the upcoming June issue.**