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Higham firm has gone from no loo to praise from the Stock Exchange

Latest business news from the Bury Free Press
Latest business news from the Bury Free Press

A company begun by two brothers in an office with no toilet in 2004 has been listed in the Stock Exchanges’ 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain.

Aran Services of Higham, is an energy efficiency improvement business started by Kaz Morris with his brother Finn which has improved the efficiency of over 200,000 homes and businesses.

Kaz said “We continue to work alongside many local authorities, housing associations and utility companies in delivering our professional advice and installations.

“We are proud to employ over 62 local permanent staff at our premises near Bury St Edmunds together with numerous accredited sub-contractors.”

His mother Inger Morris, company secretary, said she was proud of his son and added: “We rented a small farm office with no toilet or running water with just my son and his brother Finn. The mountain has been enormous and we have put our heart and soul into this business.

Other west Suffolk companies listed are Aspall Cyder of Stowmarket, BTS Group power line tree cutting of Needham Market and utility infrastructure companies GTC Construction and The Electricity Network Company from Bury St Edmunds.


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