Lancashire web-hosting has relocated to Bamber Bridge

Posted on - 10th April, 2017 - 12:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Bamber Bridge, Business, Preston News

Sub 6 Limited new offices in Bamber Bridge

A Lancashire web-hosting company, Sub 6 Limited, has relocated its offices to Bamber Bridge.


The company, which operates as Clook Internet, relocated to Ribble House, Meanygate, in January in order to accommodate its growing team.

Sub 6 Limited have already made plans to increase the organisation further as the demand for their hosting solutions continues to rise.

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The award winning web host was established in 2002 and was located in Much Hoole before the relocation occurred.

The company is primarily a web hosting provider and offers a variety of hosting options.

Sub 6 Limited new offices in Bamber Bridge

These are available to a range of users such as those suited to the novice user and small business, through to much more complex solutions utilising multiple interlinked servers.

Chris James runs the company and the relocation was deemed necessary due to its 50% increase in their UK workforce in 2016.

Jamie Hoyles, office manager at Sub 6, said: “2016 was a really big year for us with key appointments made to the Sales team and behind the scenes in technical roles.

“We have put a lot of focus into the functionality of our services over the previous 12 months and both our clients and ourselves are reaping the benefits.

“The end user is getting a great product and we’re seeing more and more word of mouth signups.

“The new office provides us with space to grow further and the comments from staff on the new location have been very positive.

“It’s exciting times at Sub 6 we’re all looking forward to another year of prosperity.”

Sub 6 Limited new offices in Bamber Bridge

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