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Posted in Minoli
19th October 2012
Minoli is featured in Withy King Business Barometer article, which is published for inbusiness magazine and is associated with The Oxford Times. Jonathon Minoli is pictured with his comments on the UK property industry.
‘As the property market continues to navigate its way out of economic recession, many suppliers working in and around the UK property industry are becoming increasingly anxious as they continue to feel a ‘knock on effect’.
This is the view of Minoli, a family-owned Oxfordshire company which has operated in the distribution and logistics sector since the 1960s. The company which employs 40 people does not have any funding issues, although some of its clients have experienced difficulties and this has had an effect on confidence resulting a knock-on effect up and down the supply chain.
Managing director Jonathon Minoli (pictured) explained: “Minoli is fortunate enough to work with many highly experienced developers operating throughout the South East of England.
As the appetite for building continues to grow it is imperative that we support those commercial and residential developers who are looking to create new homes and destinations for people to enjoy.
“Although we have noticed the impact of the recent ecomnomic downturn particularly on large scale developments outside of London, we will continue to implement our ambitious plans in order to continue to expand the business. It is essential that to fully capitalise on those developers looking to meet international demand, particularly inside Central London, that we maintain investment in our stock, employees and infrastructure which makes many suppliers in construction industry nervous.
“Through ensuring that we have the right product and continue to maximise on opportunities not only in and around Oxford, but with central London, the M25 region, the South West, Midlands and beyond – and I remain confident that we will see a positive end to what has been a difficult but successful 2012.