Garland Products sees 47 per cent increase in turnover to end of July

Garden product manufacturer, Garland Products which includes the Worth Gardening brand, has achieved a 47.5 per cent increase in turnover for the first seven months of the year - and has forecast sales growth of 55 per cent for the full year.

Tony Dedman and Joe Lydon
Tony Dedman and Joe Lydon

The news going into Garland’s 50th anniversary year was announced at the company's sales conference held on 7-8 August 2014 at the Holiday Inn, Bromsgrove.

Operations director Tony Dedman said: "The company is experiencing a high level of orders being placed for the autumn and Christmas period and this, coupled with the major product launch in September 2014 at the Glee and spoga+gafa garden trade shows, augurs well for the future of Garland/Worth Gardening. 

"We have already announced that 50 new products will be added to our garden, leisure and hardware product portfolio at these major shows, and these will be supported by the introduction of new clip strip promotions, promotion bins and pallet deals."


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