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ACEDA eyes further expansion with Stockton headquarters switch

A technology operator is tipping a “bright future” after moving to new headquarters.

ACEDA has switched to Stockton’s Tees House.

Bosses say the move follows “significant” sales revenue and staff growth over the last three years.

Known for providing clients with network infrastructure and electronic security support, the business counts British Land, Northumbrian Water, Teesside University and Durham County Council among its portfolio.

It has also secured a major public sector contract with ESPO and has several planned preventative maintenance and support contracts for North East universities and NHS health trusts.

Michael Lynch, technical accounts director, said: “Our new premises represents an important step towards facilitating future growth.

“The first floor of Tees House is the perfect location to service our current customer base and offer solutions to new potential clients.

“We have created an inspiring workspace for our employees that aligns with our overall business, social and sustainability values, and the more centralised location means we will also be significantly lowering our carbon footprint by reducing vehicle mileage.

“We look forward to a bright future ahead.”