UK based Central Accident Management Services (CAMS) recently secured £700,000 in funding, after which it has been able to buy the land it is based on in Birmingham, and create new jobs within the firm.
The land it has bought, a 2.5-acre site in Small Heath, has enabled previous rent sped to be allocated to expanding the services it provides and has allowed for a further seven new jobs.
Celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, CAMS plans to also expand its 90-strong fleet of replacement & rental vehicles by 10% by investment funding from Lloyds Bank. This will allow CAMS to work with more clients.
The expansion will also allow CAMS to increase its annual turnover to £5 million and create further management and operational roles within the firm.
Imran Dean, Managing Director of CAMS, said: “We are fully committed to serving businesses on a national level, and it is important that we now have the scope and flexibility to expand on our land in the future as opportunities arise.”