ANOTHER new business has been lured to the district by regneration chiefs.

Distribution firm Central Fulfilment, which specialises in online orders and logistics, has opened its doors at Victoria House.

The company has been brought here by Riverside Inverclyde.

Owner Ryan McIlmoyle said: “I’m enjoying having the business based at Victoria House and I have to say thanks to Andrew Bowman and David Martin at Riverside Inverclyde for their flexibility and support in making this happen.”

The company is said to be enjoying a period of sustained growth.

Mr McIlmoyle added: “It is an important period for the business as it establishes itself and there are numerous opportunities we can capitalise on being based in Greenock.

“I look forward to the challenges ahead and helping local brands grow as well as creating new job opportunities in Inverclyde.”

Bosses at Riverside Inverclyde (RI) say Victoria House is the perfect base for the company to develop and they hope to bring other small and medium-sizes firms to the area to joj a growing list.

Central Fulfilment joins Synergy Civil Engineering at Victoria House, as well as other organisations such as Quarriers, Inverclyde Chamber of Commerce, Kilo Marine, Key Housing, Ocean Youth Trust, Enable Scotland, Care Monitoring 2000 and Ross & Co.

Andrew Bowman, RI's head of business Investment, said: “We wish Ryan and his team every success and look forward to supporting similarly ambitious SME businesses grow in Inverclyde.”