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iTradeNetwork announces plans to open a new European head office in the UK

05 February 2013
iTradeNetwork announces plans to open a new European head office in the UK

iTradeNetwork (ITN), a global provider of internet-based supply chain and purchasing technology to the hospitality and foodservice industries has announced that it will open a new European Head Office in the UK.

Working with over 6,200 distributor and operator partners, including: 3663; Carlsberg, Greene King, Macdonald Hotels and Pizza Express, the company founded in 1999, has chosen a suite at Blythe Valley Park, Solihull, as the location from which it will run its European division.

Liam Taylor, iTradeNetwork's chief operating officer for Europe, said: "Blythe Valley is a great location in the heart of the country, with outstanding transport links to the rest of the UK, and indeed internationally.

"As a growing company that operates throughout the UK, with expansion plans for Europe and a parent company in the US, this is ideal for us and provides a number of key advantages over other sites that we viewed.

"We have already commenced with our fit out and are looking forward to opening officially later this month."

ITN will use the new premises to consolidate its existing Burton-upon-Trent and Stokenchurch offices at a single site. It will join a number of other multi-national companies on the park including leading international business hardware and software developer Oracle, engineering and consultancy firm Arup, heavy machinery specialist Caterpillar and electronics giant Siemens.

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