Foils and holographic materials manufacturer API has revealed plans to open a new customer design centre and group headquarters at the Voyager office building, situated in Manchester Airport, UK.
The initiative is a part of the company’s plan to focus on providing creative brand enhancement solutions.
Located at Airport City Manchester, the new creative headquarters has been designed to enable effective interaction with customers and suppliers.
API president and CEO Dino Kiriakopoulos said: “With the increasing need for creative engagement throughout the supply chain it is essential for API to provide the right space and environment for our visitors.
“Our new location is the ideal creative and design location for growing our business and will ensure that API remains a global leader in the provision of brand enhancement solutions for consumer goods and printed media worldwide.”
The new headquarters will have a 3,500ft2 space comprising a conference area and an innovations room.
The site will also host the API executive team, which will move to the new location from the current API Laminates manufacturing site at Poynton.
Situated next to Manchester Airport’s transport interchange, the Voyager building offers easy connectivity through air, road and rail.
API specialises in manufacturing foils, laminates and holographic materials.
With 13 locations worldwide, the company caters to multiple industries, including premium drinks, confectionery, tobacco, perfumery, personal care, cosmetics, and healthcare.