British Sugar TOPSOIL eight per cent up

British Sugar TOPSOIL, the UK's largest supplier of topsoil to the construction, landscaping and amenity sectors, has achieved a record increase in year on year sales of eight per cent.

Andy Spetch at BALI awards
Andy Spetch at BALI awards

This performance comes in the same year that the company was rated by 98 per cent of respondents to its annual customer survey as ‘Excellent’ or ‘Very Good’ for customer service, and its Landscape20 topsoil won Housebuilder magazine’s External Product of the Year Award.

Commenting at the BALI National Landscape Awards this month, where British Sugar TOPSOIL sponsored the Design & Build category, National TOPSOIL Manager Andy Spetch said: "This has been a terrific year for British Sugar TOPSOIL with our sales performance topping off a number of successes. We were the first topsoil manufacturer to be included in the NBS BIM Library; we won External Product of the Year at the Housebuilder Product Awards, and we have shown our support for the landscaping and amenity sectors by sponsoring the IOG, APL, SGD and BALI awards. The sales team has worked tremendously hard throughout the year to make sure we took full advantage of a buoyant housing market whilst continuing to meet demand from landscapers and our clients in the sports and amenity sectors. We’re looking forward with understandable optimism to 2016."

British Sugar TOPSOIL has confirmed its sponsorship of the BALI National Landscape Awards in 2016, the 40th anniversary of the BALI Awards.

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