On Thursday 6th April, Doncaster’s Civic Mayor, Councillor Ian Pearson, cut the red tape on LWC Drinks’ new £7m 58,164 sq ft depot in Herons Way, Balby.
The Civic Mayor was hosted by LWC’s managing director, Ebrahim Mukadam and regional manager, Doug Trotman, along with 30 of LWC Doncaster’s local employees.
The Civic Mayor said, “it was an honour to be invited to the official opening” and that he couldn’t “wait to see how the business develops in the area.” He was also grateful for the jobs and opportunities the business has brought to the local area as a result of its opening.
Once the red tape had been cut, both Mukadam and Trotman introduced the Civic Mayor to a number of local employees before showcasing a selection of LWC’s own range of wines, beers, soft drinks and spirits. They also spoke through their plans for charity partnerships in the area plus their other expansion plans.
The Doncaster depot is LWC’s 15th site and further opens up the business to operations across South and East Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire.